|From:||Amanda Babcock Furrow <langs@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, October 21, 2006, 1:22|
So the other week I challenged myself to write 10 sentences, each in a
different language. I chose three Native American languages, four conlangs
(two of mine, Esperanto, and lojban), the two foreign natlangs I know best,
and my natal tongue (this one).
The topic, predictably, I chose to be my 5-month-old son. Typical besotted
parent. The results can be seen here:
Sorry about the lack of interlinears. It's all I can do just to get this
up on the web, really.
Anyway, the point (besides contributing a little to the list volume) is:
can anybody offer corrections or suggestions to the lojban or Esperanto
sentences? Or, heck, to the Cree, Navajo, Mohawk, Russian and Japanese
 It's been busy...