Slavic Conlangs (was Re: Hello to you all!)
|Date:||Friday, March 1, 2002, 11:19|
Dzien' dobry, Janku!
I've been trying for a couple of weeks to find time to refresh my Polish,
but still failed... Classes smtimes are soooo numerous and exhausting even
if you're a teacher, not a student...
----- Original Message -----
From: Jan van Steenbergen <IJzeren_Jan@...>
Sent: Friday, March 01, 2002 10:26 AM
Subject: Re: Hello to you all!
> Is North-Slavonic interesting?
Very interesting! What would be peculiar to them?
> For the time being, they are not very developed yet; only 300-500 wordsand
> a raw outline for a grammar. Currently I am rebuilding all three of them
> (and "killed" a fourth one that just didn't want to become nice). I am
> still not entirely happy with what I made until now. Nevertheless, I hopeI
> will soon be able to present some samples or other stuff that is at least
> sort of finished, and maybe one day I will create a web page.
Waiting impatiently. The idea of Slavic conlangs is pretty interesting. I
don't think many people try it. I've got a couple of ideas, a definetely
naturalistic "just one more Slavic", and another one inspired by some
recent references to Tok Pisin - so it shoud be a Russian-based pidgin. But
they are still just ideas... No time for art -- poor me!
Still I hope it would be pleasure to have one more person knowing some
Slavic natlangs, and even experimenting with them.
Oh, yes! Join the Russian-language branch of the list at
my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org