Re: Conlang in planning: Tarsyanian
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Monday, July 25, 2005, 8:28|
Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...> writes:
> Because I got fed up with Ayeri, I am currently about to
> start a new conlang project, Tarśanian (Tarsyanian), which
> is closely related to Ayeri, though.
> Before you complain about mangled Unicode, ń is n-acute, ś
> is s-acute, ź is z-acute, ã is a-tilde, ẽ is e-tilde, ĩ is
> i-tilde, õ is o-tilde, ũ is u-tilde.
Hmm, most of these appear as question marks, so these equations do not
really help, because it's just ambiguous. I assume it's better on my
other machine, but you will probably have to reckon on some letters
being mangled for some list members.
> * the voiceless alveolopalatal fricative [s\],
> * the voiced alveolopalatal fricative [z\],
> * the voiceless alveolopalatal affricative [ts\)] and
> * the voiced alveolopalatal affricative [dz\)].
I like these!
> * no grammatical tense, tense is expressed with temporal
> adverbs (perfective/imperfective aspects)
Did Ayeri have tense? I forget.
My langs never seem to have tense, actually, so I'm familiar with
>... interesting grammar notes ...
I like these! A few details are found in my own conlangs, so I'm
looking forward to seeing more in order to compare the realisations.