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zo mi sumti lo ka dunda vau zo fi
"mi" is the third argument of the verb "dunda".
lu na ku mi nelci li'u zo'u lo ro bridi poi du lu mi nelci li'u cu se kuspe lu na ku li'u
As for "i naku mi nelci" the whole clause "mi nelci" is in the scope of "naku".
lujvo mi1=mu1 is a program for use mi2.
lujvo m1=p1 is me. Used instead of mi when a brivla is needed.
lujvo x1 simlu x2 mi
experimental cmavo takes NU or LE NU, turns into sumtcita: clarifies the semantic NU-type of the current bridi. 'mi jai'i li'i klama lo zarci', 'jai'i li'i ku mi klama lo zarci', and 'mi klama lo zarci jai'i li'i' are all acceptable and equivalent. Implies '(zo'e) li'i mi klama lo zarci', but avoids wrapping the bridi in an abstraction that makes its sumti hard to access via le go'i etc. Tagged sumti, if present, fills the x2 of the NU; e.g. 'jai'i li'i do mi klama lo zarci' implies 'fe do li'i mi klama lo zarci'
experimental cmavo shows that the first two places have a reciprocal relation 'mi do su'ei damba' is the same as 'mi do se xi vei pa .e re damba' and means "We fight with each other"
experimental cmavo metasyntactic variable marker Explicitly marks the preceding variable, e.g. ko'a ko'e, lerfu-strings, and/or broda series as being metasyntactic: i.e. having no specific meaning or referent and merely used to demonstrate syntax or hypothetical scenarios. Automatically unassigns the variable from any previous assignment. May also be used for pronouns like mi or do or dei. This is useful to refer to mi as a 'first-person pronoun' rather than the actual speaker themself, for example, when giving the definition of mi'o: 'mi ge'ei jo'u do ge'ei', makes it clear that the speaker doesn't literally mean the speaker and the listener, but are using mi and do metasyntactically. Similarly, one might define mi as 'lo cusku be dei ge'ei'. See ge'ai, da'o
experimental cmavo other than me Can include do. ma'a can be defined as "mi jo'u do jo'u da'ai"
experimental cmavo attitudinal modifier: supposed emotion - factual emotion Used for emotions that are non-factual, for example when talking about hypothetical events. la'a ui dai'i mi ba te dunda lo karce lo mi patfu I will probably be given a car by my dad and I would feel happy about it if that happened.
lujvo mo1=mi1 follows the same pattern as mi2 with respect to forms/events mo2 arranged according to structure mo3. Cf. mintu, morna
gismu rafsi: sez se'i x1 is a self/ego/id/identity-image of x2. See also cmavo list mi, prenu, menli, jgira.
experimental cmavo discursive: indicate a change in speaker to first person (mi); used generally in quotations. Considered to have sa'a attached to it by default. Using sa'anai would cancel that effect. Used to quote dialogues.
experimental cmavo reverses modification order of contained tanru (does not affect lujvo). Marks a "selskiski"/"military-style"/"noun-adjective" tanru, i.e. tertau come *before* seltau. This differs from co in that it does not affect the place structure of the sumti to the right; i.e. in {mi ke'oi broda brode do} (= {mi brode broda do}), both mi and do are arguments of broda. Default grouping is still left: {lo ke'oi ckule nixli cmalu melbi} resolves to {lo ke'oi (((ckule nixli) cmalu) melbi)}, which is equivalent to {lo melbi ke cmalu ke nixli ckule}. co does not (re-)reverse the order of tanru-modification; it only changes place structure. See ke'e'u.
experimental cmavo assign sentence or tu'e...tu'u group to sumti Works like cei'e, but assigns the abstraction involving the associated sentence(s) to a sumti variable. E.g. (goi'e ko'a mi tavla do) assigns (lo su'u mi tavla do) to ko'a. Use lu'e on the assigned variable to refer to the text itself. See goi, cei
lujvo c1 is a first person pronoun in language c4. Cf. mi, mi'a, ma'a, mi'e, cmavo, donma'o, sevzi, se'a, se'i, se'o.