"Strong Verb/Ablauted Verb" Society?
|From:||Bryan Parry <bajparry@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 17, 2005, 23:50|
Does anyone here know of a group dedicated to
increasing the number of strong or ablauted verbs in
I posted a thread at Zompist.com trying to regularise
and put English irregular verbs in ablaut or strong
classes, and in doing so, expand those classes.
However my cries have fallen on deaf ears (I believe
some of the other folks there just simply do not "get"
what I am about).
So yeah, it is eccentric, it is mad, but has anyone
else attempted this, in a state of attempting this, or
know of any noble efforts to do such a thing? If so, I
would be mightily greatful in hearing about it.
I am searching ever online, but was moved to make the
thread at Zompist, and then post here, because my
efforts have not really yielded much.
Thank you for any replies, and feel free to contact me
off list re: this if you please.
I have spread my dreams under your feet;
Tread softly, because you tread on my dreams.
-- William Butler Yeats
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