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Wiki page BPFK Section: Subordinators changed


rlpowell posts: 14214

On Mon, Aug 23, 2004 at 04:23:30PM -0700, Jorge Llamb?as wrote:
>
> Concise definitions for noi and poi might go something
> like this:
>
> ;noi (NOI):
snip to important part
> With description sumti, the relative
> clause can also be attached inside the sumti, before or after the
> selbri; in this case the clause applies to all the referents of
> the sumti, whether there is an outer quantifier or not.
> relative clause is terminated with ku'o, which is often
> elidable.
>
> ;poi (NOI):
snip to important part
> With description sumti, the relative clause can also be attached
> inside the sumti, before or after the selbri.
>
> (In the case of {poi}, the point of attachment of the clause doesn't
> make a diference.)

I don't believe this matches, even a little, the contents of
http://www.lojban.org/publications/reference_grammar/chapter8.html
section 6.

In particular, note that *all* of those examples use "poi", not
"noi", whereas you are saying that with "poi" it makes no
difference. The CLL flatly contradicts you on this point.

-robin

 



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