(offlist) North Wind story Re: Intergermansk - Three Rings
|From:||Roger Mills <rfmilly@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 28, 2005, 22:10|
Here are several versions of the North Wind story (the official version is
in the IPA manual I think; it's standard for phonetic examples):
No, but it would do. But I clearly remember translations of one on Conlang
by several people... Aha, here's the original:
--(all one line) or look up June 2000, week 3, "Conlangea Multilingual
Phrasebook, 2nd Ed." I didn't realize it was that early.
Maybe some of the newer members will take a stab at it!!
> >Or the various "Conlang
> >Phrase books" (some in the Listserv archive, from several years ago, and
> >think Langmaker.com has one, too).
> I did search the archives, but only found a single post giving a link to a
> phrase book:
> Item #50325 (28 Sep 2001 12:02) - Re: Tirehlat romanization
> The page http://www.zompist.com/phrases.html
is a *great* tourist
> phrase book that follows this line. The first phrase is "I wish to
> complain!", and they get more interesting from there.
> Was it that you meant?