Dallza is the name
|From:||A. Ingram <red_grass23@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 1, 2003, 2:36|
Well, I've been working lately and I've come up with a few new things for
my conlang. In addition to a few new words, I've been working on the
While I was reviewing the sounds for my language, I noticed the absence of
a sound equivalent to the letter "b" in English. Is this sound in every
language? Not that it is necessary that I should have a sound specifically
for this, but I was just wondering.
I would like to set up the grammar for my language, Dallza (that's the name
I decided on), to make it an isolating language, like Chinese. Does anyone
know much about isolating languages? The other types of languages I might
use later. Does an isolating language have to be analytical? Or can it be
synthetic? Really, I just need some general information on isolating
laguages, some specifics would be useful, I guess, but there are some
things I'd like to make up for myself. Lastly, I'd like to ask if it is
possible to mix two types of languages. For instance, if I made a language
to have some inflections and be isolating still. This doesn't make much
sense to me now, but I thought I'd ask anyway.
Any help would be appreciate.
PS Happy New Year already. :)