Re: Feedback welcome: Ënlësh
|From:||Christian Thalmann <cinga@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 4, 2004, 21:46|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Trebor Jung <treborjung@F...> wrote:
> I'd like to introduce my very new project, Ënlësh, /n=l@S/. It'ssupposed to
> be a simplification of English, both phonologically and grammatically.
The stressed syllabic consonants are pretty cool.
> Vowels: i, e, ë (/@/), u, a (/A/)
> Diphthongs: aë /A@)/, eë /e@)/, eu /eu)/, ëu /@u)/
Since you don't have an /o/ phoneme, you might as well
represent /@/ with "o". That would relieve you from all
those ugly ës. "Onlosh" is also less obviously an English
clone than Ënlësh is. =P
Or maybe, if you worry about "o"=/@/, use "u"=/@/ (which
should be rather intuitive for an English speakers) and
-- Christian Thalmann