Ektoras wrote:Please don't Europeanize the language.
Ektoras wrote:I'm sorry, but who says that Esperanto is SVO? There is no such rule, and apart from myself, I know a lot of people who make S-O-V sentences, and I'm sure some people use V-S-O. Please don't Europeanize the language. Let people speak it the way they feel the most comfortable - in terms of syntax, of course; not grammarwise. Omitting the accusative -n is absolutely wrong.
If a person always uses S-V-O, then omitting the accusative might not hinder the understanding, but other syntaxes would be hard to understand without it.
Psittakos wrote:-That is another important lack in Esperanto, there's no a proper syntactic order. People who study it have no a normatize order to follow as reference, rather they can made up its own way--- that avoid the language gets a concreteness it needs as every language does.
Psittakos wrote:- If one can understand an official dictionary as "gxusta literaturo", or as "gxusta verkajxo" at least. The most important chinese-Esperanto dictionary translates yi-yuan 医院 as "hospitalo", besides never appears at its side the word "malsanulejo". The University of Shanghai is, also, one of the most important entities which have ever publish esperanto stuff.
Psittakos wrote:- Ektoras claim don't europeanize Esperanto... I consideer Esperanto can't be more europeanized from it already is... and it always was been, even when still was merely called Lingvo Internacia. Another important lack to a language wich likes to be called "neutral" and "international".
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