|From:||daniel andreasson <daniel.andreasson@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, July 5, 2000, 17:36|
Hello y'all/[jau]/you guys/etc.
In Swedish (and probably most European languages) there is a
game called _i-språket_ or rather _i-sprikit_ 'the i-language',
when you change all the vowels to /i/. Thee riseelt is finny,
bit yee still indeersteend ivrything thit is sid.
So the question is, would this work in all languages? Even in
ini/nine? Would it work in languages with only CV-syllables?
I don't know why I'm asking. Just curious about how much of
the speak that is context and if the language E would work
in reality. And other things that I really haven't thought
about yet, but which probably will come up if there is any
interest in this topic.