The future of Sturnan
|From:||Christopher B Wright <faceloran@...>|
|Date:||Friday, April 26, 2002, 2:53|
I'm not going to do this right away, so calm down.
Sturnan will spawn two (or possibly more) daughter languages. Right now,
I have the sound changes decided on. One branch will agglutinate more,
and the other will continue on with about the same level of isolation.
Other modern refinements include improved punctuation and spaces in the
script and the limiting of /f/ and /w/. (I think I'll change /w/ -->
/w_0/ in the branch that keeps it. I hate /w/, but /w_0/ is ocay.) One
branch exchanges close-mid vowels for open-mid vowels. I'm proud that I
actually used a System on it.
I'm glad I won't live forever, because I wouldn't like it if I completed
The superficially inconstant*
*Always for Sturnan. Always. But I dally with others as well. I can't
believe that I fell in love with a language enough to procreate with it.