Connectives exist to link noun phrases and verbs together into larger
noun phrases and verbs. They can also be used to link together sentences. There
are four simple connectives:
fi (connective question),
fo (if-and-only-if) and
ro au madsa lo spalo fa lo hafto? Do you want to eat an apple or an egg?
ro au madsa lo spalo fe lo hafto? Do you want to eat an apple and an egg?
ro 'amwo mi fo mi madsa hafto? Do you love me if I eat eggs?
mi 'amwo ro. fu ro madsa hafto. I love you, whether or not you eat eggs.
ro au madsa lo spalo fi lo hafto? Do you want to eat apples and/or eggs?