i just started working on an IAL
|From:||Robert B Wilson <han_solo55@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, April 15, 2003, 18:10|
all this talk about ygyde has inspired me to make an IAL of my own
(besides kxqqhwiiallccre, which no one would probably ever want to
learn). here are the phonemes:
this language (which i haven't named yet, but might before the end of
this post...) has strict (C)V syllable structure and VSO word order. the
stress is always on the first syllable.
<a name for this language (kameli) just popped into my head, but i'm not
sure if i'll keep it, it looks too much like 'kamele', although ["k6mElI]
doesn't sound too much like [ka"mele]...>
verb tense, aspect, and mood are marked with auxiliaries, but i'm not
sure what those will be yet. plurals are formed by reduplication (is
that the right word? my american heritage dictionary has gone awol...).
i'll still have to figure out a way to make words... compounds will be
head-initial, but i don't know how i'm going to come up with the roots...
that's all i have for now. i'll probably make a page for this language on
my web site when i have more details.
Robert Wilson (aka kuvazokad, eltirno, edeí...)
vkky vnkynvj vknyknj ykkv knvy? karkalone kontoko? kinsi rorotan kinsa
nadas? baitta ke farzaiyai? qxracc pqqattiircx iia kxqqhwiiallccre?
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