Hello Mr Stutter! Thank you for your interest and compliments.If you want to learn Olesi, you should use this site:http://learnolesi.wikia.com/wiki/Olesi_WikiMessage 1 of 6 , Feb 1, 2011View SourceHello Mr Stutter!
Thank you for your interest and compliments.If you want to learn Olesi, you should use this site:http://learnolesi.wikia.com/wiki/Olesi_Wiki
If you have any questions about Olesi, I can help.
Wish you the bestMert
> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 23:15:10 +0000
> From: sam.stutter@...
> Subject: Re: My conlang: Olesi
> To: CONLANG@...
> I'll also just like to add that it's a pleasure to meet you - and that IPA is quite rightly awesome. Sounds like a really cool language.
> On 29 Jan 2011, at 20:53, Mert Koseoglu <mert1295@...> wrote:
> > Hi there!
> > My name is Sel鐄k Mert K鰏eo餷u. I come from Turkey. I am just 15.
> > I made a conlang. It's name is Olesi. Here are the links:
> > 1- http://wiki.frath.net/Olesi
> > This is the page that David Peterson adviced. Thanks to him now I am hopefull
> > about my language :)
> > 2- http://learnolesi.wikia.com/wiki/Olesi_Wiki
> > This is the page that I personally made.It includes the flag, grammer,
> > vocabulary, phrases.The second site is more like a fan stuff.
> > About my language:
> > It isn't based on any languages.But it is really easy for you I think.
> > The pronunciation is too easy there aren't any dipthongs.
> > The writing system is with Latin alphabet.
> > The grammer isn't complicated.There are no genders for example :)
> > The only problem is that the language is waiting for you to be learnt. So that I
> > can improve it with phrases and vocabulary.
> > I will make a favor for the people who learn Olesi.
> > I will add a word related to their (who learn Olesi) name.
> > For example:
> > Your name is John.And you learnt Olesi.Then you'll tell me that you learnt it.And
> > I will add a word similiar to John.So your name will live forever (in Olesi) :)
> > I wish you will like it. Tell your comments :)
> > SMK
Once your IPA is up, this looks quite interesting. I highly recommend translation and more translation as a way of developing your conlang. The Babel textMessage 1 of 6 , Feb 8, 2011View SourceOnce your IPA is up, this looks quite interesting. I highly recommend
translation and more translation as a way of developing your conlang. The
Babel text provides a variety of grammatical structures, but the periodic
translation exercise on this list will push you beyond your linguistic