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Language Diversity

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2 notes to this discourse - isolation does not require great physical barriers as language maps show that dialect differs at about the limits of regular
Paul Schleitwiler, FCM
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Aug 16

[OT] Worldcon

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... From: Raymond Brown To: CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU Sent: Tue, 15 Aug 2017 14:39:59 -0400 (EDT) Subject: Re: 4th person "I recall
C. Brickner
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Aug 16

Conlang Borrowing

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On 16 August 2017 at 09:41, Decremental Bug ... I doubt it. From what I understand from the examples: "ye" is "appropriate" as in
Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets
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Aug 16
Gage Amonette
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Aug 14

Usage: Spanish-Hebrew

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Well, that's a shame! The literature will be way more boring. (All right, I'm going to shut up now. Have fun!) Krista C. ________________________________ From:
Krista D. Casada
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Aug 14

OT: Worldcon: Possible second meetup

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I try to make it as well. May be also a bit late. -Jyri
Jyri Lehtinen
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Aug 12

Reform to Chinese orthography

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Now that I have time, I will discuss the issue of replacing the Chinese characters with an alphabetical system. As state by Johnson in the “One country, two
Victor Chan
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Aug 11

[OT] Worldcon meetup: candidate dates and times

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Okay, we have a reservation. It's under David. Had no idea how many people. I said six. I think we're going to be more than that. Fun shall ensue!
David Peterson
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Aug 9

Badge names of attendees to Worldcon 75

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Ops, almost forgot, my badge is the same as my name - Andrej Schütz Cheers!
Andrej Schütz
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Aug 8

all-indexing (almost)

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OK, I trying out something (Aug01, non-indexing) that uses a couple of those ideas. Verbs, adjectives, and postpositions have 3 basic stem types: 1. CVCC- used
J S Jones
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Aug 4

core case syncretism

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Éykivrin! If I understand it correctly, Romanian has also merged the Nomative and Accusative cases (into a case known as "Direct") and a the Genitive and
kechpaja
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Aug 3

Vocabulary

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Rick Harrison's Universal Language Dictionary may help you: http://www.uld3.org/ stevo
MorphemeAddict
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Jul 30

Linguistic Humor

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I love the Speculative Grammarian! It was the first time I saw linguistic humor specifically for a linguistic audience. My favorite article was the one about
Brian Bourque
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Jul 26

Are colors innate or learned

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... Is this your convention or one in broader use? I can't say I like it. Why, if coining a pair of terms that one intends to contrast, would one
Alex Fink
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Jul 23

Nasal Vowels

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Thanks, those are good examples. Sent from my iPhone
Doug Barton
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Jul 19
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