From: Joó Ádám (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 14 2009 - 14:41:44 CDT
> What is this supposed to relate to? You don't even cite the source of your
> purported quotation. People who get hundreds of email messages per day
> should not be expected to check back what you are referring to.
> Specifically, what is "it" here?
Sorry, I supposed it is fair to expect anyone to check back _four_
emails in the same thread, regardless of the amount of incoming mail
per day… It was written yesterday, by Szabolcs Szelp, and “it” refers
to his above quoted statement.
> Whatever you are talking about, it is based on a false postulate. Finnish is
> not an agglutinative language - far from that. It has extensive stem
> alteration as well as varying allomorphs for suffixes.
Anyway, I was talking about Hungarian, which is agglutinative.
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