jan waso lape wrote:Question - the pu section on glyphs says that "a single adjective can be written inside or above the word it modifies" - does this apply to verbs and adverbs too? so for "I nibble fruit" being "mi moku lili e kili" can you write the "lili" glyph inside "moku", like you would if it were "small meal"? Or does this only apply to adjectives and nouns?
Apologies if already asked - I did a quick search and couldn't find anything obvious.
Also for adjectives - if you're talking about a dirty child then the one adjective that goes in the noun is I assume the most relevant - so you'd write "jan" with "lili" inside and then follow it with "jaki"?
jan waso lape wrote:Reminds me of Esperanto a bit - emphasis in the order. So "jan lili jaki" would be a child who also happens to be messy, and "jan jaki lili" would be a messy person who also happens to be little?
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