Re: Re : Can any of your conlangs do this?
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|Date:||Tuesday, May 18, 1999, 8:05|
Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 18/05/99 03:54:32 , Danny a =E9crit :
> I've been looking at Sumerian, and from what I understand, final consonant=s=20
Although nobody knows exactly what vowels were available in S. and what=20
consonants were next to what vowel after what consonant they all have a nice=20
tendency to change all the time (especially in affixes) and so do consonants=20
(especially in affixes) in monosyllable words (change all the time) so you=20
can reliably relate S. to any language anywhere in the world. I read an=20
interesting article in a major Japanese newspaper claiming a link between Ja=
and S. and a whole book of roots common to Hungarian and S.
I can't see how anybody could speak that language. It's obviously a mere=20
invention : Sumerian never existed, I'm sure of it now, it's just been made=20
up by some crazy archeolinguists to baffle everybody the whole world.=20