|From:||joao eugenio <joaoeugenio2003@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 10, 2005, 8:36|
Hello everyone! This is my first email on this list.
I'm from Brazil, so you must excuse my bad english.
<Is a kind of language easier to create in flexionnal,
agglutinative, and isolating? >
I think all those types of language have its own
problems. But in my case, I invented a agglutinative
language. I wasn't thinking wich one was the easiest.
I wanted to create something very different from the
portuguese, a flexional language. I don't really
prefer agglutinative ones, I just wanted a very
strange system. So, how I'm not used to agglutinative
One more thing. Michael Potter mentioned some "word
generator programs". Where can I found one?
> # 1 wrote:
>> I've still never complete a conlang
>> I would like to ask for advices.
>> What kind of conlang should I try to create first?
>> should I keep it simple with a little conjugaison,vocabulary similar to my
>> mother tongue, avoid complicated or too differentconcepts?
>> should I first try to create something similar tolanguages I speak?
>> Is a kind of language easier to create inflexionnal, agglutinative, and
>> It is simply because I don't want to continue tocreate great ideas of
>> grammars and never make the rest of the conlangaround it
>> Help? advises?
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