The Complete Lojban Language (1997)

The Complete Lojban Language  (1997) 
by John Woldemar Cowan

ContentsEdit

  1. Chapter 1 - Lojban As We Mangle It In Lojbanistan: About This Book
  2. Chapter 2 - A Quick Tour of Lojban Grammar, With Diagrams
  3. Chapter 3 - The Hills Are Alive With The Sounds Of Lojban
  4. Chapter 4 - The Shape Of Words To Come: Lojban Morphology
  5. Chapter 5 - “Pretty Little Girls’ School”: The Structure Of Lojban selbri
  6. Chapter 6 - To Speak Of Many Things: The Lojban sumti
  7. Chapter 7 - Brevity Is The Soul Of Language: Pro-sumti And Pro-bridi
  8. Chapter 8 - Relative Clauses, Which Make sumti Even More Complicated
  9. Chapter 9 - To Boston Via The Road Go I, With An Excursion Into The Land Of Modals
  10. Chapter 10 - Imaginary Journeys: The Lojban Space/Time Tense System
  11. Chapter 11 - Events, Qualities, Quantities, And Other Vague Words: On Lojban Abstraction
  12. Chapter 12 - Dog House And White House: Determining lujvo Place Structures
  13. Chapter 13 - Oooh! Arrgh! Ugh! Yecch! Attitudinal and Emotional Indicators
  14. Chapter 14 - If Wishes Were Horses: The Lojban Connective System
  15. Chapter 15 - “No” Problems: On Lojban Negation
  16. Chapter 16 - “Who Did You Pass On The Road? Nobody”: Lojban And Logic
  17. Chapter 17 - As Easy As A-B-C? The Lojban Letteral System And Its Uses
  18. Chapter 18 - lojbau mekso: Mathematical Expressions in Lojban
  19. Chapter 19 - Putting It All Together: Notes on the Structure of Lojban Texts
  20. Chapter 20 - A Catalogue of selma'o
  21. Chapter 21 - Formal Grammars


 

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