Dan Hook (guldann@ix.netcom.com)
Thu, 8 May 1997 15:13:40 -0400

>that created English apparently /needed/ to think muddily, and
>it is /that/ which we should try to understand (I could reword
>that sentence without the "is", but it would have been less
>clear and no more meaningful).

I have heard that in Hebrew there is no form of the verb to be. I'd be
interested in hearing this from someone who speaks the language. In
addition, are there any other natural languages without a form of to be?

Dan Hook