Re: My Webpage
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 27, 2002, 19:41|
Daniel Andreasson wrote:
> > i'm very pleased that a growing few of us like "minimalistic"
> > and "oceanian" phonologies. it's a good balance to latinate and
> > tolkienian tongues.
>There's a class at my uni on South Pacific languages, which I
>unfortunately didn't have time to attend even though I originally
>intended to. But a friend of mine takes it and she has promised
>to let me copy all of the material she gets. The teacher has
>done field research on Papua New Guinea (on the language Kuot,
>can't wait to lay my hands on those notes. Yummy!) and I'm sure
>it will inspire me to conlang up a real nice minimalistic or
>oceanian conlang. :)
On the other hand, there doesn't seem to be too many Khoisanesque or
Caucasoid Conlang phonologies around, except for that monster known as Tech
(how's that to be pronounced, BTW?).
Who had that idea for an anti-IAL, whiched have an humongous phonemic
inventory as well as mind-wreckingly complex grammar? I propose the name
"Antiugh" for it ...
(Ugh is the utlimate IAL, because everything is Ugh.)
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