According the regulation no.24 of 22th April 2004, by the
Ministry of Environment, ''Effectuation of temporary restrictions for
economic actions in the areas of the Natura 2000 net, which are
outside the protected areas'' point 4, on the Natura 2000 area, it is not allowed to:
1) ??? [Something about designing (eg. cutting) woods and constructing energywoods?)]
2) Use fertilizers or poisonous chemicals on natural grasses and forests.
Without the permission by the keeper of the area, it is not allowed to:
1) Construct roads and line-structures
2) Build structures (buildings), including temporary structures
3) Change the waterlevel of bodies of water and damage their banks (sides)
4) Construct new earth-correction-systems
5) Prospect, and dig for earth-products (?)
Tomcat wrote:Thanks a lot for your help. I need this for a chat I've been setting up - I want all the chat messages in as many languages as possible. So how would the following be in Estonian?
X has entered the chat
X has left the chat
and best regards,
What do you mean with 'no aspiration' ?Loiks wrote:tuba - tuppa (third grade, pp is pronounced very long, but ! no aspiration)
eurooplane wrote:What do you mean with 'no aspiration' ?
Loiks wrote:I love difficulties, do you?
eurooplane wrote:Indeed, here is what happened in my latin brain:
reisimine - G: reisimise.
so: -ine give –mise
And Eestlane - G:Eestlase
-ane => -ase
Thus, more generally, -ne give -se for genitive.
But no! Such a generalization is wrong.
eurooplane wrote:Same for verbs:
valama – ma valan
so –lama give –lan
valama – valada
-lama give –lada
kuulama? easy: ma kuulan; kuulada.
But no! Kuulata!
eurooplane wrote:I have to admit there is something which makes us looking for general rules.
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