begin lines of serial dialogue
Usually, the user should immediately precede this word by ".ini'o". This word introduces a dialogue or series of utterances/expressions, which will usually be unmarked for speaker (although subscripting is available), in a free-floating structure; the result is essentially like an assertion that the subsequent dialogue took place (from the standpoint of needing a selbri for a grammatical expression). Only quotations, text, "sedu'u" expressions, "lu'e" concepts or similar may be enclosed in the structure which is introduced by this word, ignoring subscripts and parentheticals and similar. The lines of dialogue which constitute the elements enclosed by the produced structure function as in and are serialized as described by the open-ended terbri tail of "5 (use "fa'u" if desired) in which the following utterances/messages/expressions are, in/according to frame of reference x6, made/sent or received in approximately the following chronological order: x7 (sedu'u/text/quote/lu'e concept vel sim.), x8 (sedu'u/text/quote/lu'e concept vel sim.), x9 (sedu'u/text/quote/lu'e concept vel sim.), ... (open-ended terbri structure of arbitrarily many sumti slots).">tcasnuue" (id est: tcasnuuei for i > 6). Use this word in a transcript, or in a book when discussing fast-pased dialogue in which specifying speaker is not necessary/desired and would break the flow, etc. This word/the structure produced thereby is terminated by "ca'u'o". The structure is not intended to modify any other constructions and should typically be immediately followed by ".ini'o".