Re: 4 days to go
|From:||Josh Kartes <jkartes@...>|
|Date:||Monday, September 30, 2002, 19:29|
On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 11:38:16 -0400, Matthew Kehrt <
>'E.tasath ev'iend.is araz.'e! 'E.(l)ev'iend nend.'e!
>ACC.death language.ADJ fight.IMP ACC.language make.IMP
>The (l) is inerted to prevent the vowels from slurring together.
>Alternatively, 'E(l)e could -> ^E (e-circumflex), which indicates a
>phonemically long vowel.
I just had to comment on an observation I found interesting -- two different conlangs
with a word almost identical in both:
The word for "make" in Evíendadhail is "nend", and the imperative marker "-e" makes
the word "nende".
The word for "make" in Aspele (my conlang) is "nel", but when the third person
marker and the imperative marker are attached, the consonants assimilate and the
word becomes "nendes".