Re: CHAT: Hello
|From:||Wesley Parish <wes.parish@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 2, 2002, 10:29|
On Thu, 01 Aug 2002 05:02, Santiago wrote:
> Hello, everybody...
Hi, delighted to have you with us!
> I'm a new conlanger... My name's Santiago, I'm 25... I'm from Argentina (I
> guess you know where it is)... I''ve been working for about 9 years in a
> single language, and now I have 2 more languages in mind... as you can see,
> I'm not as prolific as you,
I don't know about "prolific" - 2800 words is a lot more than I've ever got
up to. Good work!
but I'll soon catch on you... haha... I've
> always been very shy and self-conscious about showing my creation... but I
> came across this mail list and it's incredible... My language is called
> Moesteskin and by now it has about 2800 words... It's phonetics and grammar
> is based on the 5 languages I know best, which are Spanish (of course my
> native tongue), English, Russian, German and Turkish...
Would love to see it! Roll on the day!
Well, enough for
> today... I'd like to know your languages, your grammars, which is what I
> like best... hope to hear from you...
"Consider yourself, at home, consider yourself, part of the furniture, we've
taken to you, so that, it's clear, we're going to get alone ..."
I'm irresponsible for Yhe Vala Lakha, the language of the free, Li'
Anyerra-Tarah ( |rr| is pronounced like |r| in |Rio de Janeiro|, only voiced
) the language of the coast, and a number of other ones, most of which have
yet to see the light of day - Tanala which is a trade language derivative of
Erava, much to the disgust of the original Erava speakers of Kero Siritse,
the Kero Commonwealth/Republic, or at they themselves would say it, Kerao
Seridza, in Keraii Sero, the City of Kero.
Mau e ki, "He aha te mea nui?"
You ask, "What is the most important thing?"
Maku e ki, "He tangata, he tangata, he tangata."
I reply, "It is people, it is people, it is people."