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26  August  2009  irevised :   21  September  2021j



The following is a brief translation of the 6th part of the NOXILO textbook and webpages written by MIZUTA
Sentaro © 1996, ........ , 2021.



The NOXILO Basic Words have been increased to some 500 in number from 330 upon recent careful revision
by the author.  The use of the Basic Word is mandatory in writing/speaking any NOXILO sentences although
NOXILO Int'l Standard Words can be replaced with English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
Russian, Swedish,  etc.  Unlike NOXILO Int'l Standard Words, the NOXILO Basic Words don't have any radicals
(root in English) for semantic hint.   The most important 66 words out of  500 have  (attention mark) in the
following table.

(NOXILO grammar Version 3.1,   8  October  2020)

Parts of speech, etc.   @ Basic Word @   @@Remarks     Sister word of
    the Basic word 
               English
         (example for M2)
interrogative
adverb.
(symbol for
interrogative
sentence)
  ?  ( or  ESK ) always placed at the top
of interrogative sentence.

In conversation,  '?' can
be pronounced [e] instead of [esk].
? (question mark)

ex. ? ME (RI) Hy.
    (How are you ?)
ex.  '? coffee' can be pronounced 'e coffee'
instead of 'esk coffee'.
interrogative
adverb.
(rhetorical
question)
  ENA placed at the top
of sentence
rhetorical question (irony)

ex.  ENA, SE DU SOQI.
   (How could I do such ?)
interrogative
adverb (tag
question)
  ETOn placed at the end of sentence tag question

ex.  SE GIMA DU TO-O,
      ETOn.
   (I can do this, can't I.)
interrogative   HA what
  HI which
  HU who
  HE when
  HO where
  HyA for any particular word why (interrogative particle)
  HyAA for a whole sentence why
  Hy how (degree, condition)
  HyE how (method / way)
imperative
adverb
  YO placed at the beginning of the command sentence ex. YO run.   (Run !)
ex. YO here RIZ. (Be here !)
strong imper.
ad.
  YOI placed at the beginning of a strong command sentence ex. YOI go.  (Go !)
affirmative
ad.
  YUP affirmation Yes
strong affirm.
ad.
  YUPn strong affirmation Yes, of course
negation
ad.
  NAI negation No
strong negat.
ad.
  NAIn strong negation Never
negation   NAIJE no one
  NAIT none
  NAITIn nothing
  NAWEA nowhere
  NAIDE neither
  NOA nor
  NAIPA partial negation not 
  NAIDLI hardly
  NAISEL seldom
  NAIMOA no more
greetings   FIINA for Mode I only Hello, Hi
  ALOO for Mode II only Hello, Hi
  HAU Good Morning
  BOnSOWAA Good Night
  DAMIHI Excuse me (us).
  IDyUTE Wait a minute.
  SEAn  I see. / Is that so. 
  LASII Let's see.
  NA Here we (you) are.
Here we (you) go.
  MABLUK Congraturations !
  ASAnTE -- Thank you for --.
  KAMSA -- I thank you for --.
  PARAKAALO You are welcome.
Not at all.   It's nothing.
  GUT Good !  Nice !   Fine !
  ALIn Good !  Nice !   Fine !
  SMAKKLyANA Take care of yourself.
  KWAHELI Goodby
  ABIAnTO See you later.
See you soon.
  BAIZA By the way.   Well ......  
  WELKAM Welcome !
  IZVINII -- Sorry
  IZVINIITIE -- Very sorry
  YEELA Come on !  Stick to it !
  QAAMO --
 [cha:mo]
QAAMO -- = Enjoy --

ex. QAAMO Japan
    (Enjoy Japan !)
ex. QAAMO MEI final exam.
    (Enjoy your final exam.)
  GUTENAAS Good Luck to you !
  GUTEPOOL I wish that your situation is getting better.
  AHA GATEE God Save !
(God believers say it.)
  AHUL GATEE Universal 'will' save !
(One who don't believe in God but believe a certain
kind of good will of our Universe say it.)
  POONA Poor.@(expressing 
sympathy to)

ex. Poor my John !
  SOO POONA Very poor.@(expressing
deep sympathy to)

ex. So poor my John !
  APSIAALE I express my sympathy.
  KOnDOLAATI I offer my condolence
to you.
  XPAADA [shpa:da] Let's go !   Launch !
Shoot !   Go !
  WAn NI SAM One, two, Go (at three) !
  REDII DAn Ready ?  Go !
Ready ?  Start !
conversation
 pattern
  ? PLII ME  do Would you please do ?

ex. ? PLII ME wright a letter
of recommendation for me ?
  PLII ME  do Will you do ?

ex. PLII ME save this seat
for me.
  LyPA  do Do --.

ex. LyPA tell how you feel.
  (Tell how you feel.)
  YAL SE  do Shall I do for you ?

ex. YAL SE have your
     heavy bag ?
(Shall I have your heavy
bag ?)
  XAL SEN  do Shall we do ?

ex. XAL SEN dance ?
(Shall we dance ?)
  LECC do Let's do.

ex. LECC go BOIE.
(Let's go there.)
  ASPO SE  do Am I (We) supposed to do ?

ex. ASPO SE push 'O' first ?
(Am I supposed to push 'O'
first ?)
  MAIT ME  do You might do .

ex. MAIT ME have an
umbrella today.
(You might have an umbrella
today.)
  WADO ME  do Why don't you do ?

ex. WADO ME go see
fooball game ?
(Why don't you go see the
foot ball game ?
ESTI  --
or 
ESTII  - - - -
How about -- ?

ex. ESTI coffee ?
(How about coffee ?)
  YLE  - -  Let one do.

ex. YLE TE RI.  (Let it be.)
ex. YLE SE ask you. (Let me ask you.)
  YBL  - -  Let one do.

ex. YBL FE work hard.
(Let him/her work hard.) 
numbers, etc.   0  XUNyA 0  zero (-3+3=0)
  0  XUNA 0  zero (0, 0, 0, .... 0 only)
  1  WAn 1  one
  2  NI 2  two
  3  SAM 3  three
  4  SII 4  four
  5  LIMA 5  five
  6  ZEKS 6  six
  7  SABAA 7  seven
  8  WIT 8  eight
  9  KOO 9  nine
  10  TIO 10  ten
  100  STO 100  hundred
  1000  MILA 1000  thousand
  10000  MAn 10000  ten thousand
  OK 8 '0' 10000 to 2 (squared)

ex. 2 OK (or OKU) =
     200000000
  TERA 12 '0' 10000 to 3

ex. 3 TERA =
     3000000000000
  JIn 16 '0' 10000 to 4

ex. 4 JIn =
     40000000000000000
  DAI cardinal no. -- th

ex. I sold my 5th car.
  KARS time times

ex. TO-W 2 KARS faster.
(This is 2 times faster.)
ex. 2 KARS 5 = 10
(2 times 5 equals to 10.)
  KRAn time -- time (action)

ex. FE try-T TE-O 3 KRAn
(The man tried it 3 times.)
  ISBI over over

ex. 3 ISBI means 3.1, 3.2,
..... (3.0 is not included.)
  TISBI equal to or greater than over including =

ex. 3 TISBI means
3.0, 3.1, 3.2 .... (3.0 incl.)
  INOL under under

ex. 5 INOL means 4.99, 4.9.... (5.0 is not incl.)
  TINOL equal to or smaller than under including =

ex. 5 TINOL means
5.0, 4.9, 4.8 .... (5.0 incl.)
  TEn point decimal point

ex.  '.'  in 0. 1,  3.1415,  5.022, etc.
  FEn fraction fractional number

ex. 1/2,  4/5,  -20/7
  KRn 1/2 half (1/2)
  WAnNIS  [waNnis] 1/2 one half (1/2)
  WAnSAMS [waNsams] 1/3 one third (1/3)
  WAnSIIS  [waNsi:s] 1/4  one forth (1/4) 
  WAnZ  (vi) unify unify
  WAnS  (vt) unify have them unify
  JOO power **

ex. 5 JOO 2 = 25,
     2 JOO 3 = 8
  PLS  + plus

ex. 2 PLS 5 = 7
  MINS  - minus

ex. 10 MINS 6 = 4
  KARS  x times

ex. 2 KARS 3 = 6
  FEn  / divided by / over

ex. 10 FEn 2 = 5
  TOOn  = equal to

ex. 1 plus 4 TOOn 5.
  DAn  > >  
  DAnT  >= >=
  XAn  < <
  XAnT  <= <=
  HInTOOn  ‚@( or  *=* ) @
 not equal
ex.  m+1 *=* m
      4500 *=* 5000
  YAKTOOn  ΰ@( or  /=/ )
 close to
ex.  4999 /=/ 5000
time   AHT universal 'will' to survive (by
creating change (difference)
  TAIM time / time period

ex. Time is money.
  SAMAE time point

ex. He left at 10 : 30am
  SAAL year
  YE month

ex. 1YE=Jan, 5YE = May,
12YE =December
  NE date
  WIIK week
  WIIKEnD weekend
  DEI day (ex. Monday / Sunday)
  XI    [shi] hour
  NAATI    [na:ti] minute
  MyO    [myo] second
  KAn period
ex. 5 NE KAn = 5days or
for 5 days
  PROI morning
  PROIn before Noon
  TIAn Noon
  AFTIAn afternoon
  PROIDE daytime
  PROIDEST center of daytime
  AFTIAnSE evening
  EXTE   [eshte] late evening
  Ny'I   [nyui] night
  AUDI Ny'I  
[audi nyui]
deep night
  Ny'ITIAn   [nyuitiaN] mid night
  AAJI    [a:ji] today
  BUKAS tomorrow
  2BUKAS   [nibu:kas] day after tomorrow
  HTES yesterday
  2HTES   [nihtes] day before yesterday
  IUNAS recently
  IUNAST very recently
term of respect   MR,    [ma:r] MR, for NOXILO spelling
MR. for English spelling
MR, MIZTA Sentaro
MR. MIZUTA Sentaro
  DS,    [da:s] DS, for NOXILO spelling
DS. for English spelling
DS, MIZTA Suzan
DS. MIZUTA Susan
name    F    F name of person  F DOE@Jon F
   G    G name of place  G New York G
   F    G name of organization  F UN G
  b   b special/academic term bsemiconductorb
   _     _ brand name  _ SONY _
personal pronoun   SE  I
  ME  You
  FE  the person
  MAFE  He
  DAFE  She
  JE  One
  TE  It
  SEI MEI/FEI/
MAFEI/DAFEI/
JEI/TEI
My
  SEN MEN/FEN/
MAFEN/DAFEN/
JEN/TEN
We
  SENI MENI/FENI/
MAFENI/DAFENI/
JENI/TENI
Our (possesive form)
  SEL MEL/FEL/
MAFEL/DAFEL/
JEL/TEL
Myself
  SELI MELI/FELI/
MAFELI/DAFELI/
JELI/TELI
Myself's  
  SENL MENL/FENL/
MAFENL/DAFENL/
JENL/TENL
Ourself
  SENLI MENLI/FENLI/
MAFENLI/DAFENLI/
JENLI/TENLI
Ourself's
  SEM MEM/FEM/
MAFEM/DAFEM/
JEM/TEM
Mine
  SENM MENM/FENM/
MAFENM/DAFENM/
JENM/TENM
Ours
demonstrative
adj /ad /noun
  TO This
  TON These
  TOA here
  TOATDE this side (of border)
  TOT this time
  TONE this day / today
  TORA this era
  TOSA this time(time point)
  TOTA this time
  TOEEL as this is
  BOI That
  BOIN Those
  BOIATDE that side (of border)
  BOIE there
  BOIT that time
  BOINE that day
  BOISA that time (time point)
  BOIRA that era
  BOITA that time
  BOIEEL as that is / as it is/as so
  SED said/that/the 
comparison adj./ad   LEST most weaken the meaning
of adjective (adverb)
  LEE weaken the meaning of
adjective (adverb)
  FAA strengthen the meaning
of adjective (adverb)
  FAST most strengthen the meaning
of adj. (ad.)
  TU    [tu:] too, too much --
ex. TU big,  TU late
ex. TU young to marry
  SEIM same
  YAK    [yak] about / approximately
pronoun, etc.   SOQI    [sochi] such/that
  OOL    [o:l] all
  ANO    [ano] another
  ANOn   [anoN] another one
  AZER    [azer] other
  IIQI     [i:chi] each
  IILA     [i:la] either
  UUBO   [u:bo] both
  XAO    [shao] some / few
  SOM   [som] some /few
  MUQ   [mu:ch] many / much
  MST    [mst] most (indef pronoun/adj)
  SGL    [sgl] single/one
  PLU    [plu:] plural
  ENII    [eni:] any
  KALE   [kale] always / absolutely 
copula verb (vi)   RI       [ri]  is / are
semi copula verb (vi)   RIKOn  [rikoN] consist (of) = RIKOn (AJ/AJL)
existence verb (vi)   RIZ     [riz]  (vi) exist
acceptance
verb (vt)
  LEEN   [le:n] verb for acceptance let / leave
causative verb   BLE    [ble] make / have
causative
verb (polite)
  BLU   [blu:] polite expression of BLE
have
passive verb    GH    [gh] get (have) + O + done
ex. SE GH-T SEI hat rob-ZE.
   = I had my hat robbed.
subjunctive verb   IYXS   [iy(u)shs] want the contrary-to-fact
want the impossible
wish  
verb/proverb   DU    [du:] do verb (vi/vt) & proverb (vi/vt)

ex.
FEN DU TE-O.
(They do it.)
verbal   M  (verb-M) verb noun gerund

ex. MU-M-WA (RI) IYBELS-M.
(Seeing is believing.)
  D  (verb-D) verb noun whether / if

ex. ASLIS-D, TE (RI) question.
(To be or not to be, that is
a question.)  * This is equal
ISLIS OA IBDE, TE (RI)
question.  or
ISLIS or NAI ISLIS, TE (RI)
question.
  K  (verb-K) verb adjective
(attributive use)
work such as participle or relative pronoun.
ex. REn IMS-InK question-O
(person asking a question)
  KE  (verb-KE) verb adjective
(predicative use) 
work as C in SVC (SVOC) type.
ex. BOLDn-W  MUFA-TZE IGyUZ-TKE.
(Oldman was found injured.)
auxiliary verb   GIKA may (permission)
  GIKI had better do
  GIK sure to do / surely do
  GIKE be about to do
  GIKO just finished to do
  GILA have ever done
  GILI must (confident forcast)
  GILU continue to do
  GILE glad to do
  GILO dare to do
  GIMA can
  GIMI should (obligation)
  GIM must (strong obligation)
  GIME maybe
  GIMO naturally / theoretically should be / must be
  GINA now -- although opposite
          before
  GINI now --- although neutral (indifferent) before
  GISA profes/as one's occupation

ex. He GISA teach math.
(He is math teacher.)
  GISE likely to do  apt to do/prone to do
  GIVA unwillingly do
  GIVI can not help doing
  GIVLI action doesn't reach to object  ex. SE GIVLI kick-T FE-O.
(I kicked at him.)
  GIVOI least probalility might
  GIVn  did but no gain do in vain 
    GIUD  would    modesty/softning 
  GITT contrary to fact
(subjunctive past/
subjunctive past perfect)
GITT is used in main clause.
(would do/would have done)
element par.   W
(subject-W)
subject marker in all clauses
  O
(object-O)
object marker in noun clause
  E
(complement-E)
complement marker in noun cl.
  L
(object-L)
object marker in
modification clause
  Q
(complement-Q)
complement marker in modification clause
addition par.   SLE also (pre positioned)

ex. SLE book = also book
  MO also (post positioned)

ex. book MO = book also
enthymeme
par. 
  -ui  = -mn '-ui' sounds better if added after consonant.
ex. book-ui
ex. swim-ui
etc. / and so on
ex. I bought book-ui.
 (I bought book, etc =
 I bought book, note,  etc)
ex. We swim-ui-T.
 (We swam, ran, and  so on.)
  -mn  = -ui '-mn' sounds better if added after vowel.
ex. ruby-mn
ex. draw-mn
etc. / and so on 
ex. I bought ruby-mn.
(I bought ruby, etc. =
 I bought ruby, saphier, pearl....)
ex. We draw-mn-T.
 (We drew, and so on. =
 We drew, painted, and so on.)
marker for
antecedent &
postcedent
  An pronounced [aN] marker for
antecedent (M2) and
postcedent (M1)
punctuation
par.
  PA  for M1
  ZA  for M2
emphasis par.   VI  - - emphasis
ex. VI irony
('irony' is emphasized)
  VII  - - - emphasis

ex. VII in water
('in water' is emphasized)
tense par.   -T past tense past tense = present form
of verb + T

ex. work-T = worked
  -R future tense future tense = present
form of verb + R

ex. work=R = will work
progressive
par.
  -In progressive verb-ing

ex. work-In = working
voice par.   -ZE passive voice be done by

ex. kill-ZE (is killed)
ex. kill-TZE (was killed)
ex. kill-RInZE (will be killed)
connection
par.
  < pronounced [N] for M1 ( sing < want )

ex. sing < want
= sing to want
  > pronounced [N] for M2 ( want > sing )

ex. want > sing
= want to sing
conversion
par.
  TI change to noun AOBI (beautiful)
 --> AOBITI (beauty)
  En change to another noun
  NA change to adj
  BL change to another adj
  ILU change verb to adjective or adverb 
  S change to vt
  P change to another vt
  Z change to vi
  B change to another vi
concessive. par.   HRA   [h(u)ra] for every categories (whatever, whoever, whichever, etc.) concession
  CRA   [ts(u)ra] up to ex. It's up to you.
    NRA   [n(u)ra] even if   even if natural number, even if I go
  VRA   [v(u)ra] even ex. Even I can do.
ex. They can't even come close.
respect par.   JIA respect, polite put before the person
  LA respect, polite put before verb
neglect par.   BBU to show any improper or  unpleasant feeling for the continuation of action or aspect put after verb, verb-T, -R, -In, -ZE
prefix   AAP- super-, meta-, ultra
  BA- fail to- (do), failure- to (do)
  DE- de-, un-, non-
  EL- self--
  EQU- with-
  GO- same as EI/EIL every
ex. GO-NE = every day.
ex. GO-2NE = every 2days =
every 2nd day = every other day.
  HAn- un-, anti-
  HI- one who be done
(recepient of action)
  HIn- de-, un-, non-
  HL- anti-.  
Note) softer that HAn
  IBn- non-, none-
  IYNI- need-, keep- 
  KA- possible-
  KOI- co-
ex. coeducational,
covariance
  KRn- half-
  LEIT- late-
  LIM- most, least
  MI- not yet
  MTO- former-, ex-
  NAn- difficult-
  OLE- less (=LEE)
  OOL- all-
  OVR- over (=FAA), excessive
  PAX- partial-
  POS- post-
  SAI- re-
  XIn- pro-
  ZEn- pre-
suffix   AT     place/facility (stadium)
ex. UDPEG-AT (field/stadium)
  AA one who do

ex. kill-AA or killAA
  II one who be done

ex. kill-II or killII
  FAn fan

ex. mathematics FAn
(math fan)
  ILT one who aim to be a  professional
  IST professional

ex. MIT prof. in math, an
indep resercher in ancient Greek history who wrote
several books
  ISM ex. socialism 
    IUE     first (ex. Safety-IUE : safety 1st)
    IULA     second 
  JIn ex. socialist 
  In AKyRAKIn  
(ex. under construction)
  VIL Finland-VIL or FinlandVIL
(= Finlandization)
  NAE -less  (ex. homeless)
composer   OnD and
  OnP
  OnS
  OA or
  OAP
  OAS
  OI
  OIP
  OIS
  OU
  OUP
  OUS
  NOA nor
  OENI therefore
  OERA  , whereas
  OKyLI consequently
  ONEVI nevertheless
  On \90 On  1US$
\130 On 1Euro
  OnJ while, as
  OOZ because
  ORIE further / in addition
  OST Several actions start at
the same time
  O2ST same time start and
same time end
  OTO ex. left tower OTO right tower, beauty OTO love
  OTT but, however
  OV ex. Red Sock's OV Yankee's
  OZK for that case
  OZn and then (immed. / soon)
  OZUn and then (not soon)
modification agents that work with noun (pron, gerund)   AB (for M1) /
 ABL (for M2)
about, concerning
  AC/ACL instead of, besides
  AD/ADL according to
  AE/AEL except for
  AF/AFL after
  AG/AGL against
  AI/AIL  by (time limit)
  AJ/AJL   of (consist 'of '), in (consist 'in')
  AK/AKL across
  AL/ALL  [al] / [a_l] with
  AM/AML among, between
  AN/AML compared to
  AO/AOL above
  AP/APL opposite
  ARP/ARPL around
  AS/ASL since
  AT/ATL at, in (place)
  AU/AUL through
ex. through the pipe
ex. through this fax
ex. through neighbor's
garden
  AX/AXL considering/for
ex. cold for August.
ex. vital for 70 yrs old.
  AY/AYL often used in passive
voice sentences
by, with
ex. kill by gun (killed by gun)
  AZ/AZL as
ex. China as No.1
  IA / IAL via
ex. to Oslo via Stockholm
  IB/IBL by
ex. restaurant by Tour Eiffel
 in Pari
  IC/ICL untill / upto
ex. stay untill 5 o'clock
ex. increase upto 3.9 of GPA
  ID/IDL because of
  IE/IEL a letter in the word of -
ex. X IE XOPP
(the letter X in the word XOPP)
  IF/IFL as far as -- is concerned
  IG/IGL good in
ex. He's good in skiing.
  IK/IKL in front of
  IL/ILL like, as (similarity)
  IM/IML from (start / origin)
  IN/INL in, inside
  IO/IOL for / for the sake of
  IP/IPL parallel to
  IRP/IRPL behind, back of
  IS/ISL outside
  IT/ITL into
  IU/IUL in the midst of
  IX/IXL via (at the way of N.Y.)
  IY/IYL in addition to
  IZ/IZL with
ex. box IZL (with) ribon
  UA/UAL to
ex. UAL (to) him
  UB/UBL of
ex. university UBL (of) Texas
  UC/UCL without
ex. math UCL (wthout) tears
  UD/UDL under
ex. cat UDL (under) desk.
ex. natural no. UDL 5 = 4,3,2, ...
  UE/UEL reason for surprise, angry, pleasure, etc. ex.
SE surprised UEL (with) the news.  SE feel sad UEL the report.
SE become happy UEL her call.
  UF/UFL off / apart
  UG/UGL at (angle)
  UJ/UJL in certain style or condition in
ex. in bare foot,  in uniform
  UK/UKL as / of
ex. UKL mayor UBL Chicago
  UL/ULL unlike
  UM/UML within
  UN/UNL on (touch)
bee UNL (=on) ceiling.
  UO/UOL bofore
ex. any time before midnight
  UP/UPL upon
  URP/URPL during
ex. during this season
  US/USL despite
  UT/UTL to (direction)
ex. UTL (to) New York
  UU/UUL next to
  UX/UXL in the disguise of  
  UY/UYL beyond
ex. Don't go UYL this line
  UZ/UZL besides@@@@@@@
  EA/EAL at  (time)
ex. EAL 7pm = at 7pm
@@ EAL Sunday = in Sunday
  EB/EBL to-infinitive / so as .... to
ex. heat EBL vaporation
  EC/ECL to-infinitive
ex. too young ECL marriage
  ED/EDL for / seeking
ex. EDL living = for living
  EE/EFL as a partner/match
modif. agents that work with noun, adj., and verb.   EF/EFL if
modif. agent that work with noun, adj., and verv.   EG/EGL if and only if @i= iffj
modif. agents that work with noun (pron., gerund).   EI/EIL same as GO- (prefix) every
ex. EIL 2 NE = every two days
(= GO-2NE = every 2 days)
  EJ/EJL  with (doing), while (doing) 
  EK/EKL suppose --
ex. suppose that he is
from Mars
  EL/ELL as long as
  EM/EML as if@
modifi. agent that work with noun, adj., and verb.   EN/ENL even if
modif. agents that work with noun (pron., gerund)   EO/EOL for,  corresponding to
  EP/EPL reply to
  ERP/ERPL regardless of
  ES/ESL on the way to
  ET/ETL putting side / temporalily
putting it on the shelve
  EU/EUL in accordance with
  EX/EXL under
ex. under the supervision
of Prof. Devois
  EY/EYL including
  EZ/EZL in case of
modification agents that work with verbs   BI  (for M1) /
BIL (for M2)
so + adjective + as + infinitive

noun + as infinitive
so .... as infinitive
ex. sad BIL cry
    = so sad as to cry
ex. accident BIL cry
    = accident as to cry
  CI / CIL  to-infinitive to-infinitive
ex. good CIL see ME-O.
   = good to see you.
ex. sad CIL hear TE-O.
   = sad to hear it.
ex. TU young CIL marry
   = too young to marry
  DI / DIL to-infinitive to-infinitive
ex. tool DIL cut tree
  = tool to cut trees
ex. SE work DIL earn living.
  = I work to earn living.
  FI / FIL  if  Subject is not necessary. 
  GI / GIL  iff  ( = only if )  often used in Logic. 
  JI / JIL  while, as   two actions are overlapped. 
clause leaders that
lead noun clauses.
  My   [my(u)] It leads noun clause, and is
ronounced [my] or [myu]
that
ex. SE know My you arehonest.
  = I know that you are honest.
  Dy   [dy(u)] It leads noun clause, and
pronounced [dy] or [dyu]
whether / if
ex. know Dy fine or rainy
clause leaders that
lead adjective clauses
  Ky   [ky(u)] It leads adjective clause, and pronounced [ky] or [kyu] who/which/that
  UUK / UUKL It leads adjective clause.
(appositive)
that
ex. fact UUKL He is British
  XU    [shu:] It leads adjective clause. what
ex. Tell me XU you want.
clause leaders that
are derived from modification agents
  AAB/AABL about that S+V
  AAC/AACL enstead of that
  AAE/AAEL except that
  AAF/AAFL after that
  AAG/AAGL against that
  AAI /AAIL  by the time (time limit)  
  AAN/AANL comparing with that
  AAS/AASL since that
  AAT/AATL where
  AATTI/AATLTI place where 
  AAU/AAUL by that
  IIC/IICL until /upto
  IID/IIDL because/since
  IIE/IIEL as far as concerned
  IIF/IIFL as for that
  IIL / IILL similarlity, resemblance as, like that
ex. She loved all plants IILL
she loved her own children.
ex. He whistled IILL a
canary sings a song.
  IIM/IIML from that
  IIN/IINL in that
  IIRP/IIRPL back of that
  IIY/IIYL in addition to that
  IIZ/IIZL with that
  UUC/UUCL without that
  UUO/UUOL before
  UUP/UUPL upon that
  UURP/UURPL while that
  UUS/UUSL though
  UUY/UUYL beyond that
  UUZ/UUZL besides that
  EEA / EEAL when
  EEATI/EEALTI time when
  EEB / EEBL condition (situation) + explanetry event for so -- as

ex. so sad EEBL all family
members catch influenza
  EEC/EECL proper or inproper condition + explanetary event for ex. too early EECL Jon (13)
marries Susan (12)
  EED/EEDL in order to that S + V in order to that
  EEF/EEFL See note below. if
  EEG/EEGL See note below. exclusive if (=iff)
  EEJ/EEJL  do1 while do2 
  EEK/EEKL suppose that
  EEL/EELL as long as
  EEM/EEML as if
  EEN/EENL  See note below. even if
  EEP/EEPL as, responding to that
ex.
  EERP/EERPL regardless of that
  EET/EETL putting it side that
ex.
  EEY/EEYL including that
  EEZ/EEZL in the case of that
  EEZTI/EEZLTI case + that
clause leaders that are irrelevant to modification agent   ALES  unless 
  NVAL  so that one do not lest
  NVEE  so that one can not do lest can 
  PLA in order to
  PLI so much as
  PLP in order to that
  PLE when
  PLO as / in reply to that
  PEECA   [pe:tsa] first time -- do when `
  PEEN   [pe:n(u)] putting it side (on the
shelve)
    SZA    [sza]     Seeing that `
  TWA    [twa] including that 
including if
  TWI     [twi] in the case of that
  YUD    [yu:d]  so that one do
  YUM    [yu:m]  so that one can do
ad/particle
for construct.
 pattern
  AnC  --  than for M1 & M2:
 AnC  a  RAAZA  b 
(rather  b  than  a)
ad/particle
for construct.
 pattern
  RAAZA  --  rather for M1 & M2:
AnC  a  RAAZA  b 
(rather  b  than  a)
naturalist   AA Ah
  OO Oh
  SOO So

(Note) Modification agents EF/EFL,  EG/EGL,  and  EN/ENL  work with verbs, adjectives, and adverbs
           as well as nouns (pronouns, gerund). ........ Version 3.0 (8 October 2016/ 20 September 2017)
           Concessive particles have been modified in Version 3.1 (8 October 2020) as above.

(Note) The number of Basic Words may be increased or decreased a little in the future.




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