- I've been wondering what a creole of English, Spanish and Arabic might
be like. So far, I think that it would have the following consonants
b td kg
f T s x~h
And the vowels
Possibly with length distinctions.
There might well be a lot of allophony
I think that the definite article would probably be al, but it would not
vary according to gender/number (as in Spanish) or phonological
environment (as in Arabic).
I'm wondering how vocabulary might be selected.
- staving Dana Nutter:
> I haven't seen this mentioned in the thread yet, but which language isMy idea is to start off with all three languages on a roughly equal
> going to be the superstrate?
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