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*'''lo se sruma be la sapir e la uorf''' = Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis
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*'''sapir. uorf.'''
 
*'''sapir. uorf.'''
*Wow. A page that tells me nothing that's not in the title.
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**After meditating on this for 12 years, i moved the period from in front of the "u" to after the "r".
*(After meditating on this for 12 years, i moved the period from in front of the "u" to after the "r".)
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** Why not '''sapir.uorf.''' or '''sapir. .uorf.'''?
* Why not sapir.uorf. or sapir. .uorf.?
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** Shouldn't it be "sypIr."?
* (I'll get back with you in 2013.)
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***[[pc]]:
*Shouldn't it be "sypIr."?
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****Probably (for himself) '''sapIr''' but notice also that Ben's name is "Whorf," not "Worf," though I have no (definitive) idea how to show that: '''sapIr'uorf.''', '''sapIr. xuorf.'''?
*[[pc]]:
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**[[.kreig.daniyl.|.kreig.daniyl.]]:
*:Probably (for himself) {sapIr} but notice also that Ben's name is "Whorf," not "Worf," though I have no (definitive) idea how to show that: sapIr'uorf., sapIr. xuorf.?
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***Many of us don't pronounce "w" and "wh" differently, so '''.uorf.''' is fine.
*[[.kreig.daniyl.|.kreig.daniyl.]]:
 
 
 
*:''And many of us don't pronounce {w} and {wh} differently, so '''.uorf.''' is fine.''
 

Latest revision as of 10:03, 5 February 2015

  • lo se sruma be la sapir e la uorf = Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis
  • sapir. uorf.
    • After meditating on this for 12 years, i moved the period from in front of the "u" to after the "r".
    • Why not sapir.uorf. or sapir. .uorf.?
    • Shouldn't it be "sypIr."?
      • pc:
        • Probably (for himself) sapIr but notice also that Ben's name is "Whorf," not "Worf," though I have no (definitive) idea how to show that: sapIr'uorf., sapIr. xuorf.?
    • .kreig.daniyl.:
      • Many of us don't pronounce "w" and "wh" differently, so .uorf. is fine.