Non-Chomskyan Syntax Page
|From:||David Peterson <thatbluecat@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, November 16, 2004, 5:56|
Whoa... Sending a flame message right after a new member
announces himself. Not cool.
Anyway, I've been working on my first ever syntax page--on
Zhyler--so I just thought I'd post a link to it so that it can be
seen that a language can have structure and still be non-Chomskyan.
After all, just because a language *can* be structureless doesn't
mean that it shouldn't have any structure at all. That you can't
say "The the a chase tree up dog cat -d" in English is, at least,
interesting, even if you can do that very same thing in a conlang.
Here's the link to the site:
It's very long, but isn't even halfway done. It employs
something I've always wanted to try: 3D trees.
</decloaking> = <cloaking>
P.S.: Pinuyo looks cool! I've bookmarked it.