[Haskell-cafe] OT: Languages (was: Is Haskell a Good Choice for Web
Applications? (ANN: Vocabulink))
noel.kalman at googlemail.com
Fri May 8 12:57:58 EDT 2009
wren ng thornton schrieb:
> Chris Forno (jekor) wrote:
>> That being said, Esperanto, and even Japanese sentence structure perhaps
>> is not as different as an agglutinative language like German. I'll need
>> to study it more to find out.
> Actually, Japanese is agglutinative too (moreso than German is).
I take it the above calling German agglutinative was sort of a typo,
because well, it isn't, except having many compound words. Esperanto, on
the other hand, is usually described as agglutinative.
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