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Re: Card exchange?

Hmmm... I don't know that the Gravgurdan exchange greeting cards, but the festival games for the god of sweat were held in the latter part of July (Sweat
Adam Walker
9:38 AM
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Re: Vocative strategies

... Not really. It's just that in French, common nouns must nearly always appear with an article, including in vocative use. Basically the only cases where
Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets
7:48 AM
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206677

Re: Card exchange?

​I would be happy to exchange Holiday cards also.
Puey McCleary
4:27 AM
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206676

Re: Card exchange?

Possibly. Depending on the timing, it could also have something to do with labor (because Labour Day) or wars and their aftermath (because Memorial Day, which
CJ Miller
4:11 AM
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206675

Card exchange?

Given that there was sadly no card exchange this Christmas, I would be willing to run one sometime in the coming months if anyone's interested.
Carl Miller Jr.
3:38 AM
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206674

Re: Card exchange?

... Kewl. I would be interested. What might the rallying cry be? Summer solstice? Chrstmas in July? Thanks for offering to do this, Kou
DouglasKoller
3:21 AM
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206673

Re: More Indexing

I decided to simplify the phrase conjunctions. Now, the only form is Index-sa-Argument, where argument is either an index value or a person-number suffix.
J S Jones
Mar 30
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206672

Re: Vocative strategies

Hi! ... Isn't that the opposite vocative usage of French? OK, not with names, but proper nouns? I think I've encoutered 'Bonjour les enfants!' 'Bonjour
Henrik Theiling
Mar 29
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Re: The (nearly) Complete Phonology of Celimine

... I agree with your general sentiment, while simultaneously placing myself in the camp which does not want to change my words (at least wrt Celyminej). Part
Logan Kearsley
Mar 29
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206670

Re: Grammatical Gender

I haven't done genders a lot but I like complex gender and classification systems. There is one language where I'm gradually writing down notes and which does
Jyri Lehtinen
Mar 29
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206669

WALS and machine learning

I spent some time over the last few days trying to convince some Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) systems to actually function for me (there's so much
Wm Annis
Mar 29
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206668

Re: The (nearly) Complete Phonology of Celimine

First, a general comment which doesn't respond to any particular point here so much as the whole endeavour. In my oeuvre I think Pjaukra has the position
Alex Fink
Mar 29
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206667

Re: Grammatical Gender

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 12:51 PM, Kalem Tysick ... Ilion has a three-way gender distinction between masculine, feminine, and neuter. Gerunds are neuter as a
Garth Wallace
Mar 27
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206666

Re: Grammatical Gender

Hallo conlangers! ... Old Albic is similar. There is a division between animate (people, deities, animals, plants, some odd bits) and inanimate (all the
Jörg Rhiemeier
Mar 27
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206665

Re: Grammatical Gender

On Fri, 27 Mar 2015 08:58:48 -0700 ... The classic definition (by Hockett) is "Genders are classes of nouns reflected in the behaviour of associated words." In
David McCann
Mar 27
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