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toki pona sign language?

Postby jan_Konoro » Sun Apr 03, 2016 9:50 pm

Mi wile pali e Luka Toki. Mute sina pali kepeken e mi?

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Re: toki pona sign language?

Postby jan_Lope » Mon Apr 04, 2016 2:51 am

jan_Konoro wrote:Mi wile pali e Luka Toki. Mute sina pali kepeken e mi?


jan "Konoro" o, toki!

In Toki Pona you don't use capital letter except for names. At the begging of a sentence you have to use small letters also.

The adjective(s) come after the noun:
sign language = toki luka

After "sina mute" you need a "li".

"kepeken" means "to use, with, using".
We shall use YOU?

For a question you need "seme", "ala" or "anu".

Please see http://rowa.giso.de/languages/toki-pona ... essons.php

Maybe you mean:

mi wile pali e toki luka. sina mute li wile ala wile pali e ni kin?

But there are some sign languages:

http://www.tomo-lipu.net
http://www.jonathangabel.com/archive/20 ... s_t47.html
http://www.theiling.de/schrift/tokipona.html

pona!
pona!
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(Lessons and the Toki Pona Parser - A tool for spelling, grammar check and ambiguity check of Toki Pona)

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Re: toki pona sign language?

Postby jan_Konoro » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:27 am

Really? I always thought that you put the adjective in front of the noun/verb it is describing; like when showing possession (you possess the qualities of this). I'll make sure to correct this mistake in the future.

I capitalized those words because it is a name for a sign language.

And by sign language I mean a system of hand gestures used to communicate toki pona to a deaf person, not a hieroglyphic alphabet.

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Re: toki pona sign language?

Postby janKipo » Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:16 pm

I suppose the NA character of tp is not later than the second lesson (even the name sorta gives it away).
Is that really the *name* of a sign language, or merely a description. If it is a name, then the comment about order doesn't apply either-- there; it applies several other places ('sina mute', e.g.), though.

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Re: toki pona sign language?

Postby jan_Lope » Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:27 pm

jan_Konoro wrote:And by sign language I mean a system of hand gestures used to communicate toki pona to a deaf person, not a hieroglyphic alphabet.


jan "Konoro" o, toki!

sina lukin e lipu ni:

http://tokipona.net/tp/janpije/signlanguage.php

pona!
pona!
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