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[lojban-beginners] Re: (no subject)

On Tue, 29 Oct 2002 16:13:28 +0300
"selxar" <opifex@mail.ru> wrote:

> coi rodo 
> .i dei selcfika nalpavysmuni
> .i dei selcfi ka nalpavysmuni
> Looking at some gismu I found out that they seem to be composed of two
> parts - a cmavo and a rafsi of another gismu. Could this lead to
> ambiguity if they are run together in a string?

Nope. There are stress rules for that. Let me demonstrate:

.i dei selCFIka nalpavySMUni
.i dei SELcfi ka nalpavySMUni

Stress for brivla is always on the penultimate syllable, thus (with the
other rules) keeping gismu (and other brivla) from falling apart into

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