jan_Lope wrote:Where do you get the information that "li"-phrases can be nested? Several "li"-phrases blong to the subject and not to other "li"-phrases. Or with other words: a verb phrase can only belong to the noun phrase and not to an other verb phrase.
Commas before or after an other separator like "li", "pi", "la", "e", ":", "!", "?" or "." are not neccessary.
Nested li-phrases? No, there is no such thing and I didn't even mention them. But, I was talking about grouped
phrases. (You, for example, grouped "li", "pi", "la", "e" etc. and used commas.)
I understand that a comma in grouped pi-phrases isn't necessary, if
nested pi-phrases are not allowed. (For the same reason, grouped li-phrases don't need commas, because there is no such thing as nested li-phrases.) But I can't find any statement or example in the Official Book that prohibits the nesting
of pi-phrases. Therefore, the comma for grouping
pi-phrases seems necessary.