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Re: [norse_course] Digest Number 279

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  • Payrga Laanka
    hi,i m a linguistic enthusiastic and i d like to know were can i get a norse grammar or other kind of issue from which i could learn more about norse.as a
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 22, 2002
      hi,

      i'm a linguistic enthusiastic and i'd like to know were can i get a norse
      grammar or other kind of issue from which i could learn more about norse.

      as a conlanger norse has a very "interesting" morphology and phonetics and
      i'd like to learn more about it.

      thank you,

      Payrga Laanka

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      To: <norse_course@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2002 2:51 AM
      Subject: [norse_course] Digest Number 279


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      ...aðrir spakmæli.

      - Keth

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      1. Sound Files (was: Re: more on "silent R")
      From: "fjornir" <falconsword@...>


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      Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 21:43:10 -0000
      From: "fjornir" <falconsword@...>
      Subject: Sound Files (was: Re: more on "silent R")

      >Pardon, But you mentioned that the Reader
      >on that site was deficient in /r/ and /R/
      >differentiation. Your reading contains only
      >one instance of the inflected -r- following
      >a consonant.

      Sorry. I didn't mean to get annoyed.

      So you want to hear 'R'? I don't know
      how to pronounce it - but I'm willing
      to try, perforce of course.

      I chose the Gallehus inscription -
      a sentence from about 400 A.D.
      It has both an 'r' and an 'R'.

      http://www.hi.is/~haukurth/norse/sounds/gastiz.html


      >Glad to be of some use as entertainment:)
      >I also have a series of stupid puns based
      >on Norse..as in a Norse of a different colour..Anyway:)

      Yeah... I read your poem :)
      Enter the Beatles:
      "And Henry the horse would of
      course dance the waltz!"

      Kveðja,
      Haukur




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