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Accusative, etc. [split]

Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-10, 17:35

loqu wrote:
ILuvEire wrote:Mi prezentas ĉiam mian koramikinon al mia "geekiness" lingva.


:)


Damn accusative case!
Mi damas la akuzitavo!
Dame akuzativo!

I don't know which one to use. Anyone familiar with Esperanto cursing?
Mi scias kiu uzi. Ĉu ajnulo scias pri sakroj esperantaj?
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby Osias » 2009-02-10, 17:44

ILuvEire wrote:
loqu wrote:
ILuvEire wrote:Mi prezentas ĉiam mian koramikinon al mia "geekiness" lingva.


:)


Damn accusative case!
Mi damas la akuzitavo!
Dame akuzativo!

I don't know which one to use. Anyone familiar with Esperanto cursing?
Mi scias kiu uzi. Ĉu ajnulo scias pri sakroj esperantaj?


Forget Esperanto cursing, to swear, use Klingon instead.
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby linguaholic » 2009-02-11, 9:40

Sorry ILE, but I have to do it, as I can't tell any relationship stories. I've had enough of that for a while...

Mi damnas la akuzitavon!
Damna akuzativo!


Ne, tiu signifas ke ĝi kontinuas. Se ĝi finas, mi dirus "we were together for two years." Tamen mi dirus la parton sekvontan "it is going well" aŭ "it has/it's been well." Ĝi biras strange(?) uzi la tenson prezentan normalan.


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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby loqu » 2009-02-11, 9:44

linguaholic wrote:
Mi damnas la akuzitavon!


None of you noticed the akuzITAvon thing :D
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby linguaholic » 2009-02-11, 9:57

Hehe, thanks for pointing it out. Vi saics ke la hmaon cobren paovs ekonki kaj lgei vtorjon aaknŭ se la lerotij etasas inetmrsakitij. 8-)
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-11, 10:59

linguaholic wrote:Sorry ILE, but I have to do it, as I can't tell any relationship stories. I've had enough of that for a while...

Mi damnas la akuzitavon!
Damna akuzativo!


Ne, tiu signifas ke ĝi kontinuas. Se ĝi finas, mi dirus "we were together for two years." Tamen mi dirus la parton sekvontan "it is going well" aŭ "it has/it's been well." Ĝi biras strange(?) uzi la tenson prezentan normalan.


Mi esperas ke mi ne plimalbonigis ĝin...


Dankon, Linguaolic. Maybe I should take a break from Esperanto for a while. I hate that DAMN ACCUSATIVE CASE!
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby linguaholic » 2009-02-11, 11:27

Dankon, Linguaolic. Maybe I should take a break from Esperanto for a while. I hate that DAMN ACCUSATIVE CASE!


Maybe you should just get used to it. ;)
Just write intuitively and then before sending your posts check all nouns (and Esperanto is even nice enough to let you find them easily).
(quoting Junesun):
- Are they the subject of the sentence?
- If not, do they have a preposition?
- If not, add an n.
- Then add an n to all pronouns and adjectives belonging to that noun.

Or just learn Ido. :P
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-11, 12:11

I was lazy with my Esperanto posts.
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby linguaholic » 2009-02-11, 12:20

Kaj vi pluestas pigra...? ;)

Mi estis pigra kun miaj poŝtoj Esperantaj.


("kun"=prepozicio, do ...)

Kaj mi ne scias ke poŝto estas la ĝusta vorto. Poŝtaĵo eble?

PS: Diru se vi pensas ke mi estas a pedantic pain in the neck. :p
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby Mutusen » 2009-02-11, 14:09

linguaholic wrote:Kaj mi ne scias ĉu poŝto estas la ĝusta vorto. Poŝtaĵo eble?

Mi simple dirus “mesaĝo”, kaj mia vortaro proponas “afiŝo”.

Mi ne pensas, ke ĝustas “poŝtaĵo”. Tiu vorto ekzistas, sed temas pri leteroj, poŝtkartoj, kaj aliaj aferoj, kiujn oni sendas poŝte.

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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-12, 0:07

linguaholic wrote:Kaj vi pluestas pigra...? ;)

Mi estis pigra kun miaj poŝtoj Esperantaj.


("kun"=prepozicio, do ...)

Kaj mi ne scias ke poŝto estas la ĝusta vorto. Poŝtaĵo eble?

Mi pensas ke Mutusen estas ĝusta, ĝi estas "mesaĝon." Mi vidis "mesaĝon"...mi pensas. :P

PS: Diru se vi pensas ke mi estas a pedantic pain in the neck. :p

Ne! Vi estas tre helpleman! Mi ne scias Esperantiston ĉi tie, do mi bezonas multe d'asisto.

Ankaŭ, ĉu vi aŭdis Kore:n? Ili havas tre kuriozan stilon. Mi ŝatas "Nova viv'," ĝi estas tre bela.
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby Formiko » 2009-02-12, 0:22

ILuvEire wrote:
linguaholic wrote:Kaj vi pluestas pigra...? ;)

Mi estis pigra kun miaj poŝtoj Esperantaj.


("kun"=prepozicio, do ...)


La E-o accusative is MUCH easier than any other world language. Remember this, if it's not after estas or at the beginning of a sentence, it's probably accusative :)
If you think the E-o accusative is hard, try German. (Sometimes the ending will change, sometimes not)
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Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-12, 1:52

Formiko wrote:
La E-o accusative is MUCH easier than any other world language. Remember this, if it's not after estas or at the beginning of a sentence, it's probably accusative :)
If you think the E-o accusative is hard, try German. (Sometimes the ending will change, sometimes not)
Nun, pri Kore, mi havas KD'on (ko don)per Kore. Mi ŝatas ĝin.


Lol! I'm in this mindset of Esperanto being easy. When there's something I have trouble with (like cases) I neglect it. Lol. :)
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Re: Where did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?

Postby Formiko » 2009-02-12, 3:40

ILuvEire wrote:
Formiko wrote:
La E-o accusative is MUCH easier than any other world language. Remember this, if it's not after estas or at the beginning of a sentence, it's probably accusative :)
If you think the E-o accusative is hard, try German. (Sometimes the ending will change, sometimes not)
Nun, pri Kore, mi havas KD'on (ko don)per Kore. Mi ŝatas ĝin.


Lol! I'm in this mindset of Esperanto being easy. When there's something I have trouble with (like cases) I neglect it. Lol. :)


He did this to also make it easier for people from an inflecting language also.
For example, if I were a German, I might say
"Ich will den Apfel kaufen" (I want to buy the apple), and might say in Esperanto
Mi volas pomon aĉeti. It's 100% correct. You can leave it out with simple sentences (I do often), but you'll get the hang of it.
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Re: Accusative, etc. [split]

Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-12, 4:20

Mi havas plian domandon: ĉu oni dividas la verbon helpan de la verbon norman? "Mi bezonas aĉeti hundon" kiel lingvojn latinidajn aŭ "mi bezonas hundon aĉeti" kiel lingvojn ĝermajn?
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Re: Accusative, etc. [split]

Postby Formiko » 2009-02-12, 15:24

ILuvEire wrote:Mi havas plian domandon: ĉu oni dividas la verbon helpan de la verbon norman? "Mi bezonas aĉeti hundon" kiel lingvojn latinidajn aŭ "mi bezonas hundon aĉeti" kiel lingvojn ĝermajn?


Faru tion, kion estas kutima por vi. Ambaŭ ĝustas. Honeste, ĝi dependas de kiu alia lingvo mi lastatempe parolis :)
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