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BPFK Section: Nonce Connectives


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> On Fri, Nov 05, 2004 at 02:19:50PM -0800, Jorge Llamb?as wrote:
> > (Actually, there was at some point talk about an experimental BAhE
> > that meant "what follows continues the utterance of the previous
> > speaker, even though I'm a new speaker".)
>
> We can already doing that by not using ".i", can we not?

Not really.

A - xu do klama le zarci
B - go'i

B does not mean the go'i to form a tanru with zarci.
The parser has to recognize the change of voice and
start a new utterance. But sometimes we do want to
continue someone else'e utterance, so it would be
useful to be able to override the change-of-voice
= new-utterance default.

mu'o mi'e xorxes

 


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