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Gender

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... If you can't find them at your library, brace your self for a more severe case of sticker shock that one usually finds with academic material. ... When you
jonathon
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11:17 AM

Argument Role Ambiguity

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√Čkivrin! ... Oh, that makes its an entirely different question. I'm not going to say that there aren't other options, because reality often ends up holding
kechpaja
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9:35 AM

voiced aspiration vs breathy voice

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... I'm not sure about special behaviors, but Nepali loans into Gurung which originally had breathy stops usually maintain that breathiness. I think the
Zach Wellstood
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9:06 AM

Michal Ajvaz?

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Huh! I presented at AATSEEL once, many years ago. Sadly, I will not be near DC in February; I'll be occupied with a rather different conference at which
Logan Kearsley
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Oct 20

[OT] Latin for "that what should be shall be"?

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Hi! I've just put my most recent conlang on Frathwiki: Frathwiki.com/Litoria. Some features: 1. Ordinary consonant inventory. 2. No back vowels. 3. VSO. 4.
C. Brickner
42
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Oct 19

Subjunctive, conditional, and related moods

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I completely agree with Mark. I suffer from the same one language 'problem'. So I look at other grammars to see how other languages work. There are a lot of
Jim Thain
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Oct 14

Diagonal Writing Systems

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... Yes, my bad. Yet, the human visual field is 210 degree horizontally and 150 degree vertically - forming a horizontally-ovaloid-visual-field. It obviously
Decremental Bug
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Oct 12

from text to grammar

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Well, the point where I left off wouldn't necessarily be where you'd end. Each puzzle you solved would give you a clue to a new line of enquiry, and I haven't
PETER BLEACKLEY
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Oct 4

A Third Use for

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I am not insisting on the truth of the Salish affix in resultive mode having the same provenance as Western European perfect. I thought I would throw it in the
stewart fraser
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Oct 2

Proper names in loglangs

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... I am sorry for the vagueness of my last sentence here. What I meant to say here is that, in Portuguese and Ancient Greek, noun phrases containing proper
Mike S.
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Sep 30

If only I had a spare $25k

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While I guess that isn't entirely impossible, it sounds very, very unlikely. It has historically been very hard to find resources for learning Klingon written
kechpaja
10
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Sep 30

+1 engelang

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... Solresol was dead for almost a century then gained a community in the 1990s. For more information, check out Sidosi.org or reddit.com/r/Solresol. And
Thomas Porter
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Sep 26

Texperanto

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Hmm... I know I read it all the way through. I'm afraid that's the only link I have. ... -- *Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet
Larry Sulky
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Sep 24

Cataphoric Cats

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... It would be an interesting project for a conworlder to carry this out. If the principal language of science is one without overt pronouns, etc. other
Alex Fink
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Sep 24

Taruven: current state of phonotactics

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Darn, I should have remembered that because I'm pretty sure that German does the same thing. I put the proper name first because I understand it to be
C. Brickner
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Sep 23
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