|From:||Camilla Drefvenborg <elmindreda@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 26, 2002, 10:57|
Christophe Grandsire udavora:
> Weclcome to the list!thank you *smiles*
> I see you're already accustomed to it :)) .the hard way, yes. but I'm hoping that the traffic will lessen some, once
the list gets out of timewarp.
> How nice! Do you have lots of brothers and sisters, and were your parents
> part of it? :)))my sister and our father, yes. we even made this wonderful dictionary, with
illustrations. it was great fun!
> In this case, I think it's even genetic :)) .you know, it just might be... *smiles*
my sister and I had another smaller language, something like Animalic, but
with sausages (no, honestly), for the express purpose of discussing
> Hehe, wherever it comes, Japanese seems to take the attention of everyone
> :)) . We're quite a few on this list to have such an influence problem :)).
I sympathise fully *smiles*
since my conlang is SOV, I guess it was quite unavoidable.
> :))) If you can read French (but you probably can in such a family :)) ),
> the language I was referring to is Azak, and you can find a description ofit
> on my webpage (completely in French. The English part which was supposedto be
> coming is postponed later and later).I'm sorry, but no. I usually have some luck with spoken French, but I never
did get the hang of the spelling. it would be an interresting project,
"milda makaroner vad det ryker ur farmors ödla"