Blog Post · Comparatives/superlatives
Posted On Sunday 8 January 2012 by Murray Colpman (Muzer)
CATS WILL BE USED IN THE EXAMPLES. IF YOU HAVE AN AVERSION TO CATS, LOOK AWAY NOW.
OK. Comparing things to other things. We've sort of had vague ideas on having this construct for years but none of us have actually sat down and worked it out...
We've added a new verb, compar, which is always used in a relative clause. We have also tightened definitions of the two mores (which are both now determiners):
erom = to a greater extent:
"Cat is more good compared to dog"
(Cats and dogs in general due to lack of determiner)
vintitia = additional; more in quantity:
"I have additional/more cats compared to you"
So you can sort of see the syntax from that... ANY QUESTIONS NON-EXISTANT READERS????
Posted On Tuesday 10 January 2012 by William Nash (William)
This is the work of a flipping psychopath! You seriously need to get help