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Re: introduction Middelsprake

From:Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>
Date:Tuesday, June 28, 2005, 16:10

Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...> writes:
> From: "Ingmar Roerdinkholder" > <ingmar.roerdinkholder@...> > Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2005 11:36 AM > > > Wat ig wilde wete gerne, is: > > > > *kan du lese dis? >... > Ja, ig kan.
Ig okso. :-)
> As ik komma fran Düitschlant, ig skon spreke en Germanisch sprake un > hev kaan problem met forstan din sprake.
> OK, that was a faint attempt to imitate your language -- but indeed, > it looks very much like a crossing between Dutch and German, with > some Swedish thrown in.
Yes, that's how it felt for me, too. I could recognise most words, but often it took a while to recognise that it's Scandinavian. I'd not try to blend unrelated stems from several langs, though, but that's merely my personal taste, of course. :-) BTW, what's the word for 'forest'?
> Oh, yeah, and welcome to the list -- but actually, if you > intend to make an Interlingua, this is not quite the right > place since we're dealing rather with constructed languages > for artful purposes (conlangs) here. There's a seperate list > dedicated to auxiliary languages (auxlangs).
I really don't think that was Ingmar's intention. I did not know how to read his first posting, but now it's clear that the idea is to simply discuss it. That's what this list is for. And probably it's even the best place to discuss it. :-) **Henrik


Ingmar Roerdinkholder <ingmar.roerdinkholder@...>
tomhchappell <tomhchappell@...>introduction Middelsprake : artlangs & conlangs vs. auxlangs
Ray Brown <ray.brown@...>introduction Middelsprake: artlangs & conlangs vs. auxlangs