I can’t resist commenting on Tepan and Lope, even though I know they don’t read my comments.
I don’t suppose that Lope’s eccentric tp is so remote from the norms as to be not tp, but it is strange in various ways (the invisible “be” for example) and clunky (the required commas). In any case, at least in the US, he can’t get into legal troubles for all this unless he tries to make money by claiming to be offering the original stuff.
Briefly. There are no required commas in tp except after vocatives. Commas to indicate that immediate connections do not take place (the prepositional cases, some ‘pi’ chains, some ‘la' chains) are often helpful, but, if always used, a just confusing. Commas with single ‘la’ are always unnecessary.
‘lupa e’ “pierce” is a natural development from the noun ‘lupa’ and follows the patterns laid out in pu and Pije, ”applies a hole to DO”.
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on Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:21 pm, edited 1 time in total.