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(17)... My father's electrical typewriter had one dead-key with acute and grave accent and whole-backspace and a half-backspace key, and I made the most of them.
(7)An interesting thing I've noticed with linguistics taboos: In Farsi, when someone addresses God directly, they use the 2nd person informal. Using the 2nd
(15)lero andomo re minda I send Charlie's best wishes, and trust and hope that everyone's T--Day was as pleasant as mine. On Thursday, November 28, 2013 3:19 PM,
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Say "cheese" in ur language
(15)... That's a good idea! In Talmit, 'tooth' is _kínza_, and one could say _kínzami!_ 'many teeth'. There is another plural form by partial reduplication (in
Semantic Primes - validity and application to conlanging?
(33)She makes both claims. Or, IOW, she makes both assumptions. stevo
(16)... The entire list received it. --Ph. D.
The one word that's the same in any language...
(27)Adam Walker did put finger to paint, saying: ... Yep, that seems to cover it! And to answer the other question, yes participation has
reported speech, verb last
(9)I should add that Sohlob only allows one finite verb per sentence so it has converbs and the like, e.g. you can put an ending on a verb stem to get what
CHAT: young San Francisco bay area conlanger burned in bus attack
(10)There isn't much of one, really. I went with "CHAT" because, while it is not about linguistics or conlangING per se, the original topic *is* about a conlangER.
Re: Music in conlangs and conworlds. (was: THEORY: Native languages
(25)... I can certainly see how this could be a problem! I like a lot of the music that's been discussed of late as well, but all of it can't be used by one,
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