Hello, I've got a mode for Mandarin Chinese I've been working on. You
may find it interesting. Mandarin is tonal, and has many similar
sounds. The document is not finished and is in PDF format. My PDF
creator is rather poor, so you may want to print it (it's much more
readable that way).
I'll upload it into the files section as Mandarin.zip
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Adams <abrigon@y...> wrote:
> A Tengwar for Hebrew and other lingos that don't have a major need
for vowels I expect could be
> easy in that regard, but what of languages with alot of like
sounds, or worse tonal?
> How about a mode for languages that are more syllablary in
> Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 21:46:35 -0500
> From: "Steg Belsky" <draqonfayir@J...> | This is Spam | Add to
> Subject: Re: Tengwar Mode: German
> To: CONLANG@L...
> On Sat, 4 Jan 2003 18:24:22 +0100 Christian Thalmann <cinga@G...>
> > This talk about a Hebrew tengwar mode has finally led me to make
> > German tengwar mode I had always planned to make one day...
> > http://catharsis.netpeople.ch/langmaking/DTM/dtm.html
> > Comments? (It's in German, I'm afraid... ;-)
> > -- Christian Thalmann
> I don't know German, but the system looks good! Although i feel
> |w| /v/, stuck in a row all by itself. :-P Why did you use
> S' letter for |z|, instead of a 'T + s-curl' combination like |x|?
> -Stephen (Steg)
> "dos iz nit der teg."
> Send me email at: Abrigon@y...
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