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Maybe she loves her husband and her son...
But if this is Oedipus Rex...
I'm enjoying a lack of fundamentalist Christians here which is sadly not the case over in French.
I know what you mean. I have some Christian friends and they are very much judge-not-lest-ye-be-judged and keen to help anyone (including people who've been ❤❤❤❤❤ to them) in any way they can. If only all Christians were like that.
Well, yes. But Christians don't have any excuse. If you believe in nothing then there's no real reason for you to be nice other than assuaging your conscience but if you think you're going to hell if you're bad and you're just using the source material to behave atrociously, that makes no sense at all.
I deliberately specified fundamentalist so as not to offend any reasonable Christians. I assume you don't identify with fundamentalism? I don't know why, 'I'm a Christian.' was downvoted, it's better than 'I'm a redditor.'.
i dont know what that means lol. all i know is i believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour and believe the Bible was inspired by God. what is a fundamentalist?
Well, I'm using it to mean someone whose strict adherence to doctrine causes them to be humourless and unflexible and leads them to do very distasteful things like murdering people working in abortion clinics (I'm not saying abortion is a good thing but neither is murdering medical staff), stoning people to death, or picketing soldier's funerals.
I realise we're straying into contraversial territory here so I just want to say I mean no offence but that's what I mean by fundamentalist.
Do you believe in science, equality, and the like? If yes, you are not a fundamentalist.
Fundamentalism is taking everything in a religion's beliefs or holy book literally and following it very strictly. E.g. picketing a person's funeral because you disagree with their beliefs, or an extreme case could be killing an abortion doctor because your religion is against abortion. Fundamentalism can lead to extremism/terrorism and is usually the predecessor to such.
that's pretty random
The funny thing is that the most common marriage in the bible is polyamorous marriage :)
I can only go by the Greek: many-women; many-love? That's my interpretation without doing any research.
A bit of a problem with Phil's definition here. practicing Polyamory - loving multiple partners practicing Polygamy - marrying multiple partners practicing Polygyny - having multiple wives practicing Polyandry - having multiple husbands
Polyamory is the relationship of 3 or more people all loving eachother. Polygyny is a relationship of 3 or more people but they all love one single person. Polyamory: Many people, many partners. Polygyny: Many people, one partner. Get it?
Because there are so many relationships getting all jumbled and there is SO many of them. Maybe a bit TOO many....
I do know Polly. She's married to Dave and Hillary. (I'm fairly sure this is guideline-neutral at best, so shouldn't be getting upvotes.)
The question mark wasn't to indicate a question, just to indicate uncertainty about the use of pluramema. But I can confirm it is the correct translation for polyamorous :)
Thanks for clarifying it, here you got a lingot only because I have too many
I hope they are three friends that love one another and are dating now. xD Amo estas tre bela!
I hope you're aware your implied distaste is respected if not necessarily understood. :)
I is not an object pronoun. It's either he and i or him and me. If you take away "him, and" from your sentence you'll get "She loves I" which isn't correct grammar. They have to match.
Unless Li(n) amas mi(n). as well, in which case, very complicated relationship or par for the course in Asimov's The Gods Themselves.
= = = =
They call the wind Mariaaaa
Away out here they got a name
for rain and wind and fire
The rain is Tess, the fire Joe,
And they call the wind Maria.
Maria blows the stars around
and sends the clouds a'flyin'
Maria makes the mountains sound
like folks were up there dying.
= = = =
Nu, hehehe, bonvolu pardini min, nekompreneble mi sentis emo je kanti iun kanzonon de "Paint Your Wagon" ("La leyenda de la ciudad sin nombre") ;)
Cxu iu kuragxas traduki tiun kanzonon al Esperanto?
I said 'She loves me and him' instead of the right way around, pretty much the same thing :/
I think it's not accepted just in case you're genuinely confusing the pronouns.
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Is your avatar Jesus peeking through his stigmata? (Now that should have been on Jerry Springer!)
Well, Jesus was very much a man of the people (misguided or not) so I wouldn't be surprised if something like Jerry Springer was on his list for his second-coming (unless he was just a man, in which case, his body has long since become soil).
English is not my first language but I thought that : She loves him is the same as She does love him. But when I answered that way, told me wrong.
And what makes you say that?
I just said "What?" because I didn't have a clue of what they were talking (typing) about...
But I mean, you don't just say something like that randomly because that could hurt someone's feelings.
Would 'She loves him and I' be a better translation? Semantics, I know, but nonetheless.
So 'Sxi amas lin kaj mi!' could be read as 'She loves him and I(do so too)!' No? :)
Wouldn't you say "She loves him and I!" to be grammatically correct?
That's the sentence he should have made that comment about, not a translation of the four words.
This should be translated into English as: she loves him and I.
Saying him and me is bad english grammar. >.>
Saluton Actually not. I is used in sentences for when you are the subjuct (ie any sentence that would make sense with just I as in: she and I went shopping - I went shopping). One uses me when you are the object of the sentence . As a general rule if you removed the other people from the sentence, if it sound correct then that is the form for when with other people. Also language evolves so it seems that even the rule above is not necessarily needed for general coherant English speaking Pardon.