|From:||Aidan Grey <grey@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 15, 2002, 20:00|
So, my recent attempt at describing phonology and such has left me with
the understanding that, sadly, I have to many inside/extra-linguistic bits
stuck in my head that aren't obvious to me. At least, I'm not very good at
dividing up declensions or explaining phonology. Grammar and syntax, I can
do that great, but the other stuff, I suck at it.
Which leads me to a proposition. Is there anyone else out there with
exactly the opposite problem? I wonder if I can form a partnership with
someone, whereby I supply a bunch of words, and they can analyze it for
stress, phonological rules, etc. And they would supply me with the same,
for me to have a go at explaining grammar. Or maybe even someone who'd just
be happy helping me with phonology stuff?