Re: ANNOUNCE: Wikilret Website
|Date:||Saturday, March 12, 2005, 3:50|
On Mar 11, 2005, at 10:06 AM, caeruleancentaur wrote:
Thanks. I've worked for the last week on that. I like to write my own
HTML and CSS.
> --- In email@example.com, scott <sjcaldwell@M...> wrote:
>> Aza! I have finally put together a website for my conlang wikilret.
>> You can find it at http://homepage.mac.com/sjcaldwell/Wikilret/
> Very well done, Scott. I especially like the legibility. Good color
> contrast for these old eyes and the manner of marking headings, etc.,
> is good.
> Under Word Order: You state that interrogative sentences are SOV, but
> one of your examples is "Ham you like?" I see this as meaning "Does
> ham like you?" Should it not be "You ham like?"
Good catch. You are right.
> Under Noun: You use the words "intelligent" and "sentient." It seems
> as though you equate the two.
Yes, I was equating the two. I was using sentient to mean "self aware."
My conworld has several different 'races' other than humans, so I was
using the term to mean more advanced than an animal.
> Under pronouns: There is no A in independent.
Thanks a lot Charlie.