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Laeglish only: aphueitse
Neither: brushmen
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Laeglish only: aphueitse
Neither: brushmen


Shouln't it be the other way around. In aphueitse, vowels of two different types touch each other and this is contradictory to the passage.
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Octobre wrote:
Laeglish only: aphueitse
Neither: brushmen


Shouln't it be the other way around. In aphueitse, vowels of two different types touch each other and this is contradictory to the passage.

aphueitse

aphueitse

So a touches u - this works
So i touches e - works as well. So aphueitse is a valid word in the Laenglish but not in the other langauge.

brushmen

brushmen

So u touches e - this doesn't work because the two vowels are from different categories.

Hence, brushmen can't be used in neither language.
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jitmo31 wrote:
Octobre wrote:
Laeglish only: aphueitse
Neither: brushmen


Shouln't it be the other way around. In aphueitse, vowels of two different types touch each other and this is contradictory to the passage.

aphueitse

aphueitse

So a touches u - this works
So i touches e - works as well. So aphueitse is a valid word in the Laenglish but not in the other langauge.

brushmen

brushmen

So u touches e - this doesn't work because the two vowels are from different categories.

Hence, brushmen can't be used in neither language.


aphueitse - u and e touch each other. the passage says that in case of Laenglish, it will not be the case. hence, its neither.

brushmen - mixed vowels touched only by consonants.
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You're right, idk what I've been smoking :roll:
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