Re: [folkspraak] Hello
- Welcome whatever your name is. Nope you don't have to use a particular
language. We used to write mostly in english, but we're trying to write
as much as possible in our various versions of folkspraak now. You're
welcome to use English though, especially as you you're new here.
You're welcome to write in German too, but I for one don't speak it!
What is 'westsprake' - is it an variation of folksprakk or did you make
it seperately? Oh, and where are you from by the way?
Velkommen vatt-immer dues nam er. Ne du ne hab bruken en partikular
tung. Vi skribed hovdlig inn inglisk, menn vi [try] skriben als muck
als vi kann inn osses variasjons ov folksprak nu. Du er velkom bruken
Inglisk dock, spessielig als du er neu hir. Du er velkom skriben inn
Dojtsk ok, menn mi for en ne sprak ett! Vatt er "westsprake" - er ett
en variasjon ov folksprak oller maked du ett [seperately]? Ack, ond vor
er du fronn bi di veg?
On Monday, Dec 29, 2003, at 04:41 Europe/London, hotmyol wrote:
> Hi, I'm new here. When we post messages, do they have to be in a
> certain language such as German or Folkspraak?
> Ik are nieu her. Wann wie posten, do des Postes nödig weze an
> Deutsch Oder Folkspraak Oder oder? (Dis sprake are "Westsprake" (West
> + Sprake) end are as Folkspraak)
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- Hi, I've been interested in a Germanic IAL for a while now and after
finding out about Folkspraak a couple months ago I became interested in
learning it. The grammar seems easy enough, but I haven't been able to
find a good English-Folkspraak dictionary (I'm aware it isn't complete
yet) and I was wondering if anyone could show me where I could find a
good one, thanks
- Hi 'heremaecg',
This is my word list:
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "heremaecg" <heremaecg@...> wrote:
> Hi, I've been interested in a Germanic IAL for a while now and after
> finding out about Folkspraak a couple months ago I became interested in
> learning it. The grammar seems easy enough, but I haven't been able to
> find a good English-Folkspraak dictionary (I'm aware it isn't complete
> yet) and I was wondering if anyone could show me where I could find a
> good one, thanks
- Glad to see everyone is back well almost everyone...heheh! I will be
glad to see what you all have been working on...Just have a crazy
summer here in Sweden with all this rain. and so on.