Re: Some info on Ulm on the web
|From:||Quentin Read <quonton79@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 1, 2003, 23:19|
Hod uv Nokta Kanto klid:
> I like Ulm. It has a nice sound.
> Is there any particular reason that "th" was written
> with the crossed d
> rather than the thorn? I'm not used to it yet since
> I've seen that character
> used to represent /D/.
> >The most important words are the seven auxiliary
> verbs, used to determine the
> >basic sense of a phrase or sentence.
> I do a similar thing in Harpelan, although the
> auxiliaries carry different
> information. Can verbs be written without an
> auxiliary, and what does that
The th character is the Icelandic "eth" where it
represents the th sound of then - I like the way it
looks and it gives it a Germanic-like feel, like the
umlaut letters that basically correspond to German.
The verbs as yet cannot be written without an
auxiliary ("auxiliary" is the correct terminology,
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