Re: Is isolated languages better for Auxlangs?
|From:||Danny Wier <dawiertx@...>|
|Date:||Monday, June 7, 2004, 17:00|
> Danny Wier scripsit:
> > I've decided to replace the all-caps Latin alphabet with a simplified
> > derivation of Latin and Greek, also single-case. It may, however, be a
> > featural alphabet based on Hangul, but with a smaller phonology morelike
> > Japanese. I had fifteen consonants and five vowels, but I might remove/h/
> > and /r/, so 'America' could be known as 'Amelika'. (I once considered
> > inventing a conlang with six consonants and three vowels, but it neverwent
Notice the script also uses inverted caps, and punctuation marks for tones!
Something similar is Pollard, designed for one or more dialects of Hmong.
Only a few letters really resemble Latin letters however.