14398Re: [folkspraak] Re: The Swedes have gone mad
- Feb 18, 2012On Sat 18/02/12 6:14 PM , "chamavian" <roerd096@...> wrote:
> Hei Stephanowitz!
> OK it's Sprak... I guess I was confused because you had Spraek too, with
> all those diacritics, accents, hacheks, umlauts etc.
> By the way: when would one use the gender neutral personal pronoun, and
> when the male or female ones?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephan Schneider" wrote:
> > Hi Ingmar,
> > It's just "Sprak", plain simple "Sprak". :)
> > There are no more varieties of it, like western or northern dialects.
> > ik mi min (I me mine)
> > du di din (you you your)
> > hi him his (he him his) (gender neutral)
> > wi ons onser (we us our)
> > ji ju jor (you you your)
> > dej dem deer (they them their)
> > hen hem hens (he him his)
> > hun hum huns (she her her)
> > it it its (it it its)
> > So "hen" is gender specific for males and "hun" is gender specific for
> females. The general "person" pronoun is "hi".
> > You can find this table on the 7th page (with prono indications) here:
> > Files >> Sprak (2012) (Esperanto) >> sprak 2012-0101 (esperanto
> > By the way, "Spraek" is not a language either. It's a way of writing
> germanic words, which I used when I analysed english, dutch, german and
> danish words before turning them into Sprak words.
> > I'm glad you remembered about the idea of a gender neutral pronoun in
> > Regards,
> > Stephan
> > --- In email@example.com, "chamavian" wrote:
> > >
> > > I think to remember that our recently for a while returned member
> Stephan Schneider's sprak/sprac/spraec or at least one of its varieties
> also had a hen like genderless personal pronoun, next to he, she and it.
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