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I have an Ecsys question, which I didn't ask almost a year ago now, because I thought I must just not be understanding it. (I may have asked back then, but never got an answer. Mind is blurry.)
Any way, now that I've studied and learned more, there is still something that's confusing me.
Can someone please explain to me how -S+I = N
O ?1. Isn't the neuronicon for NO = -S+P
I keep reading -S+I as K
ILO from the pronunciation chart [link to ecsys.org
But on this page [link to ecsys.org
] , under Using "EC: 1 - English-to-EC" it says the word for "constitution" is pronounced oo-n-ing.
In the side paragraph, it says "Let's then say the next icon is (neutral)Symbol
2. I read this as GO = S+I ; Is this correct?
But then above the second neuronicon in the graphic for constitution, neutral Symbol and high Interaction is noted as -S+I3. Wouldn't neutral symbol be S (no "-")?
Any help greatly appreciated. This is what stopped me from moving forward confidently before.
-S / I = Do
-s / P = H
kilo = -S / +I
no = -S / +P
Okay, thanks. So there are some typos on that page (which I found very hard to believe, hence my mad confusion!):
(From the text)The first icon of the word has an input of +Symbol and an output of (neutral)Logic... the next icon is (neutral)Symbol and +Interaction... the last icon is -Interaction and +Logic.Proper definition: +SL S+I -I+LProper pronunciation:
th-g-ingTHINK GO SING
On that page, it says the pronunciation for constitution is "oo-n-ing", which is way different than "th-g-ing".
Please let me know if I'm still off, but if not, it clears up a lot for me. Thanks!
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