The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"

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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #30 on: July 24, 2017, 10:17:22 AM »
Yeah, what FlatAssembler wrote is certainly helpful with some pseudolinguists, but probably not with Intikam. Is he still banned? Why hasn't he even tried to respond?

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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #31 on: July 24, 2017, 01:23:15 PM »
His ban has been over for awhile, he's keeping himself to the true believers forum because he can't tell when people are joking.
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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #32 on: July 25, 2017, 06:39:07 AM »
If I wanted to be sure I'm not feeding the trolls, the last thing I would do is talk to people who claim to believe the Earth is flat. And how could somebody think FlatAssembler is a troll?

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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #33 on: July 25, 2017, 07:03:15 AM »
His ban has been over for awhile, he's keeping himself to the true believers forum because he can't tell when people are joking.

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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #34 on: July 31, 2017, 11:08:21 AM »
Maybe it's a good thing. I really wouldn't have patience to explain basic linguistics to someone who intentionally denies it, and FalseProphet isn't really active on this forum any more.
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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #35 on: July 31, 2017, 11:27:26 AM »
FalseProphet seems to come and go.  I think his schedule is such that he regularly goes without internet access for long periods of time.
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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #36 on: July 31, 2017, 11:53:43 AM »
FalseProphet seems to come and go.  I think his schedule is such that he regularly goes without internet access for long periods of time.

Rarely longer than 2-3 weeks in a row.

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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #37 on: July 31, 2017, 12:35:14 PM »
But you also wouldn't be patient enough to explain Intikam the basic linguistics, right?
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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #38 on: September 17, 2017, 11:59:43 AM »
I think I would have patience if only intikam even responded to the arguments as they were made.

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Re: The main language that mother of all languages: "Adamian"
« Reply #39 on: April 08, 2019, 11:00:32 AM »
In this working, we'll see a common word in Adamian languages:

Make

I'll chose two very different language, Turkish and English. Actually, I don't know anything else. Anyways.

This is anything nobody mentioned before today. But wise knows, and now, you'l learn it too.

In this working, we'll use the method of "reasoning", ie inductive method. So, we'll see examples first.

I'll start it with the example of "election" word. Because this is popular nowadays in Istanbul, our city. So that we'll see "election" is common and then will use it with "make" and will see that it will still a common clause.

This word is not mentioned till today too: election. Actually this is common too. But not because of "election" came from westerners to Turkey, because it was a simple word in Turkish history.

It comes from here:



This is "elek". Look it carefully. We use it for eliminate something. Its ordinary English equal is: sieve.

So, what do you think about election come from "elek" or "sieve?". I may say: Elek.

So, what happens with "make".

We use "mak" or "mek" for a define a verb, or convert a noun to a verb.

For example. If I want to define "electing" , then I say "elemek". We see "mek" here combined the main word "elek" by destroyed one letter "k" in the middle of it. It normally has to "elekmek" but we simplify it and turns "elemek".

It means in English:

"make elect". In here; "make" turns to "mek" in Turkish. Or oppositely, "mek" in Turkish turns to "make" in English.

"Elemek" (elek-mek) means eliminating. In other say, you can think it as "make elect".

this is the change of ademian language over time. sometimes the word first comes to last in the other language but there is always a common side.

"Make election" turns to "elek-mek" > ele'mek.

You can see "mek" or "mak" in all turkish verbs. "gitmek" (going), "gelmek" (coming), döndürmek (rotating). English uses "to" behind the verb or "ing" after verb but Turkish uses only "mek/mak" at the end. Inother say, this is what you know as "make".

But "make" word in English turned to a verb, I mean it is meanwhile a helper verb, but in Turkish this is not a verb by itself.

In short;

"to elect" = "election" = "elemek"  (seçim the current equal noun for election but we can get it as "eleme".


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