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Re: Decomposed verbs (OOP-ish but applies to any lang)

From:J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>
Date:Monday, December 29, 2003, 18:54
In a message dated 2003:12:28 02:59:30 AM, RobertMJung@HOTMAIL.COM writes:

>Decomposed verbs; hmmm. Try Excellent resource that, even if it's partly based on the Glosa auxlang... I really like Frater2... must be my partial Chinese background and my personal lingua-aesthetico preference for pidgin/creole-like langs (& luvly lil mangalangs ;) --- *DiDJiBuNgA!!* --- Hanuman "Stitch" Zhang, ManglaLanger (mangle + manga + lang) Language[s] change[s]: vowels shift, phonologies crash-&-burn, grammars leak, morpho-syntactics implode, lexico-semantics mutate, lexicons explode, orthographies reform, typographies blip-&-beep, slang flashes, stylistics warp... linguistic (R)evolutions mark each-&-every quantum leap... languages are "naturally evolved wild systems... So language does not impose order on a chaotic universe, but reflects its own wildness back." - Gary Snyder "Some Languages Are Crushed to Powder but Rise Again as New Ones" - title of a chapter on pidgins and creoles, John McWhorter, _The Power of Babel: A Natural History of Language_ = ¡gw'araa legooset caacaa! ¡reez'arvaa. saalvaa. reecue. scoopaa-goomee en reezijcloo! = [Fight Linguistic Waste! Save, Salvage, Recover, Scavenge and Recycle!]