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37) This agglutinative approach in manuscripts, printed editions, and translations of Magha's poem may partly explain the fact that many Indologists we have talked to seem unaware of the fact that the poem exists in two very different versions.
Computer methods of analysis that are perfectly suitable for languages with poor morphology (like English) or with agglutinative morphology (like Turk) can be not the best methods for inflective languages (like Russian).
However, despite the lack of agglutinative marking on Lao pronouns, they can generally remain unexpressed in any position, so the language is radical pro drop and consequently a counterexample to Neeleman and Szendroi's theory.
Since it is an agglutinative language like Finnish even making a simple spell checker is very challenging.
Casually charting seven years of intermittent derives, the "Found Monochromes" might be extended indefinitely, highlighting Batchelor's characteristically agglutinative and open-ended attitude toward formal composition.
To provide an example, whereas English speakers rarely produce new words they have never used before, so that the words they do use may be very likely stored as wholes in the mental lexicon, speakers of agglutinative languages (such as Turkish, for example) have to construct words anew when producing language.
This was no easy task, given the fact that Nahuatl is an agglutinative language--that is, one that coins new terms by stringing words together.
Quechua--or, more properly, Runasimi, meaning literally "People Mouth"--is an agglutinative language, adding syllables onto a root to form long, meaningful words.
Consider their language: Kurlansky mentions the fact that it is an agglutinative language, similar to Finnish and Hungarian, but he doesn't seem to be aware of the most recent determinations, namely, that Basque is a vestige of the language of the Aquitanian people, the last pre-Indo European language group to survive in the area extending from the Pyrcnecs to the Garonne and on down to present-day Navarre.
All of the levels Mellaart excavated, as well as recently investigated parts of the mound, share the same agglutinative plan of buildings without communal walls and with restricted access.
He is known for his linguistic inventiveness: he coins words at will and flagrantly exploits the agglutinative and suffixal resources of Finnish.