janKipo wrote:Somehow I got the idea that Keme and Masu were Egyptian, which doesn't fit this very well. So what languages arthey?
'kepeken toki ni', not 'lon'
Don't need 'e ni:' to introduce a noun phrase, just 'e' followed by the phrase.
'jan Pali pi ma pi toki pona'
Many students study Egyptian at university. They know that Egyptian is hard because it has many signs. Many students know Egyptian less than I know Egyptian. I release my knowledge to the other students. The upper-level students read the stela of Ikhernofret. In the future, the upper-level students will read the Tale of Eloquent Peasant.
janKipo wrote:'lupa ".. "' names are adjectives. The whole is a noun phrase, do you don't need the 'ni:' trick nor the questionable 'la' one.
Or 'toki'' or what have you.
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