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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:15 am 
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Agióhoásii Tiámakànani!
arid.PERF Germanic.speech
Germanic languages suck!


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:42 am 
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Sinjana wrote:
Eandil wrote:
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neːːːʃ

Ussaneth! Uman af lybi long dam!
Insanity! No one can talk for so long!
You haven't met Koreans yet then.

Nord au Sud?


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:13 am 
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Gelnanneu sunuitisapu lusefansu. Sinukusakakulikupete.
[ɣɛːɬnɑnːəu̯ sunuinɪzɑːβu luzɛvənsu. ʃinuŋozɑːɣɑgodɮiguptɛ]
There are too many Germanic languages! I must stop this.

Ci ha kiumi. Emdu uk uin uagó, soteu haisa ma nu iamado. Sen nos sie murasag koso, pesis uardinet uadu!
[tʃi ha cúmi || ẽ.u uk win wáɣoː | sóteu̯ hái̯sa ma nu jámá.o | sen nos ʃe múrasaɣ kóso | pésis wárinet wá.u]
I agree. They're not bad, but there are a lot. We will stand together against the hordes!

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:16 am 
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Theta wrote:
Agióhoásii Tiámakànani!
arid.PERF Germanic.speech
Germanic languages suck!


Held din Tunge! Germanisce spreacen zind micel cool. Ic lufie do.
hɛəɫd dɪn tʰʊ̂ŋː.ə̌ ˌgɛʁ̞mɑ.ˈnɪː̂.ʒə̌ ˈsprɛə.tʃn̩ zɪnː ˈme.tʃɫ̩ kuɫ eʃ ˈlʊ̂.vɨ̌ dɔ
Shaddup! (Hold your tongue) Germanic languages are really cool. I love them.
:P

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:25 am 
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Eandil wrote:
Sinjana wrote:
Eandil wrote:
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neːːːʃ

Ussaneth! Uman af lybi long dam!
Insanity! No one can talk for so long!
You haven't met Koreans yet then.

Nord au Sud?


On min Sekondarscole, vi hat Soud-Korejsc Austascstudents, ond dej hat sej lang Vokals.
/ɒn mɪn 'sɛkɒndˌɑɾʃɒlǝ, vi hɑt søud kɒɾejʃ 'astɒʃˌstudɛnts ond dej hɑt sej lɑŋ vɑkǝlz/
In my High School, we had South-Korean exchange students, and they had very long vowels


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 12:26 pm 
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Hubris Incalculable wrote:
On min Sekondarscole, vi hat Soud-Korejsc Austascstudents, ond dej hat sej lang Vokals.
/ɒn mɪn 'sɛkɒndˌɑɾʃɒlǝ, vi hɑt søud kɒɾejʃ 'astɒʃˌstudɛnts ond dej hɑt sej lɑŋ vɑkǝlz/
In my High School, we had South-Korean exchange students, and they had very long vowels

lol, les imaginé se reiend en motión lenta, "ke:::, ke:::, ke:::" xD
lol, I have imagined them laughing in slowmotion "ke:::, ke:::, ke:::" xD

Mas bah, les sudkoreáns se communican través mensages en jogs, en qual mod, nais la lenga oral.
But duh, South-Koreans communicate through gaming messages, anyway, not spoken language.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 12:48 pm 
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Die koreaansie Schprooche'scht seer plaat end loongvylik zu myne Ouren.
The Korean language is very dull and tedious to my ears.

Die Geschiedenie von et ischt interessante jeedog.
The history of it is interesting though.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 5:53 pm 
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O lanaica. Jèu arraip de stentar seçainta ure cèsta jèdma.
Fucking hell. I've just worked sixty hours this week.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:13 pm 
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Dewrad wrote:
O lanaica. Jèu arraip de stentar seçainta ure cèsta jèdma.
Fucking hell. I've just worked sixty hours this week.

Huy gres main thuy thet uit witten it?
[hɛʉ gɾɛz ðɛʉ meːn ðɛt ɛʉt 'wɪt.ɛn ɪt]
How did you do that without knowing it?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 1:20 am 
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Dewrad wrote:
O lanaica. Jèu arraip de stentar seçainta ure cèsta jèdma.
Fucking hell. I've just worked sixty hours this week.

Ken xab Kymdy bedek diqec?
Doesn't Wales have labour laws?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:56 am 
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Die koreaansie Schprooche'scht seer plaat end loongvylik zu myne Ouren.
The Korean language is very dull and tedious to my ears.


Ce hi dinda e una Pusan ... can't be fucked making up words for "whine, sulk, sentence"
And girls from Pusan whine at the end of every sentence like a sulking child saying "nooOOooOOOooOO. I don't want tooOOOooOOOoooOO"

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:52 am 
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Turtlehead wrote:
Dewrad wrote:
O lanaica. Jèu arraip de stentar seçainta ure cèsta jèdma.
Fucking hell. I've just worked sixty hours this week.

Ken xab Kymdy bedek diqec?
Doesn't Wales have labour laws?

Yingelanle lanafannu.
イングランドに住んでるよ
he lives in england...


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:00 am 
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Aynglen'gok tkarhuit pleu log huoo?
England labour.law be.absent Q NEG
Are there no labour laws in England?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:08 am 
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I dunno, I think you can opt out of them. :?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:11 am 
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I was going to say something about the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, but I haven't designed any of the characters I would need for "Industrial Revolution", and it's late, so I give up.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:24 pm 
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Ei mercedatz 24 oncis is tursatz preninci tirter agi maranç.
The past week I worked 24 hours only because I was ill.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:38 pm 
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Izambri wrote:
Ei mercedatz 24 oncis is tursatz preninci tirter agi maranç.
The past week I worked 24 hours only because I was ill.

Inferm com?
Ill how?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:55 pm 
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Location: tʰæ.ɹʷˠə.ˈgɜʉ̯.nɜ kʰæ.tə.ˈlɜʉ̯.nʲɜ spɛ̝ɪ̯n ˈjʏː.ɹəʔp
Just going through a list of phrases to test the grammar of Alahithian and have created the longest noun phrase so far:

Fisod bilawo modow valivawez shang fiwij davo.
child-PL many have wreath.of.flowers-PL their head.PL on
Many little girls with wreaths of flowers on their heads.

Something in this grammar is working. So far...

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 12:21 am 
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Ig bien drinken Baileys end et ischt slechz 07:15. Ig voele seer miede end eetgepuut os Gester.
I'm drinking Baileys and it's only 7:15. I feel very tired and worn down from yesterday.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 12:56 am 
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Min alter Sester has sagt dat dise Sprauk as Sferigisc klengt. Sci lejbt Klang de Sferigisc.
/mɪn 'ɑltɛɾ 'sɛstɚɾ hɑz sɑχt dɑt dɪsǝ spɾak ɑz 'sfɛɾiχiʃ klɛŋt ʃɪ lejbt klɑŋ de 'sfɛɾiχiʃ/
My older sister said that this language sounds like Swedish. She loves the sound of Swedish.

Vellekt es nur min Intonacon is.
/'vɛlɛkt ɛz nuɚɾ mɪn ˌɪntɒ'nɑtʃɒn ɪz/
Perhaps it's just my intonation.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 1:15 am 
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Nannalu wrote:
Ig bien drinken Baileys end et ischt slechz 07:15.


chilyep ba ninits āpelsat wi kaya ya "Ol Kelek"
in before someone references Old Gregg

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 1:33 am 
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Kereb wrote:
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Ig bien drinken Baileys end et ischt slechz 07:15.


chilyep ba ninits āpelsat wi kaya ya "Ol Kelek"
in before someone references Old Gregg

Zurikommen zu ju Hiele, JE BIEST! :evil:
Get back to your cave, YOU BEAST!

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 9:40 pm 
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Eandil wrote:
Nord ou Sud?
Nonquan nə mə ai sabudəs negunəs dəl nort, ansina non sai.
Never met any northerners, so I wouldn't know.
Imralu wrote:
Nannalu wrote:
Die koreaansie Schprooche'scht seer plaat end loongvylik zu myne Ouren.
The Korean language is very dull and tedious to my ears.


Ce hi dinda e una Pusan ... can't be fucked making up words for "whine, sulk, sentence"
And girls from Pusan whine at the end of every sentence like a sulking child saying "nooOOooOOOooOO. I don't want tooOOOooOOOoooOO"
Nah, cessas də Seul lə fazənt tambein.
Nah, Seoulite girls do that too.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2012 3:05 am 
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Serafín wrote:
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Nord au Sud?
Nonquan nə mə ai sabudəs negunəs dəl nort, ansina non sai.
Never met any northerners, so I wouldn't know.

Correctas meia lenga inventada?
Are you correcting my conlang O_o?

Nais tods les diphthongs au /aw/ deviniren /o/ n'Irlanés. La disjunctión es /a/ ascripta au per etymologia. Concretament, les /aw/ initials deviniren just /a/: [...], assic que naltres logs se desenvolveu tal n'Espanyol au Catalán: [...]. Assic y ha exceptions a /o/ en favor de /a/ n'Espanyol, nel cas de aug- initial [...], n'Irlanés simplesment fou generalizad nessa positión. Nals dialects con vocalizatión de /l/ a fen syllábic, adim cosas tal atre per altre.
Not all au /aw/ diphthongs became /o/ in Irlandic. The disjunction is /a/ spelled au etymologically.
Concretely, word-initial /aw/ became just /a/: adir (to hear), asar (both to dare and to roast), ar (gold), arelya (ear); while at other places it behaved as in Spanish or Catalan: tor (bull), poc (few), etc. There are also exceptions to /o/ in favor of /a/ in Spanish, in case of initial aug- (agosto for instance), in Irlandic it just generalized in that position. In some dialects with vocalization of /l/ in coda, we hear things like atre today for altre (other).

"Nunca no me he sabidos ningunos del norte"?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2012 12:03 am 
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Ig ga zu Duurban vuur vieer Dage, gan Bezichtigung end Ynkofen, mit myne Frynde. Et sal syn seer Verniegen!
I am going to Durban for four days, to go sightseeing and shopping with my friends. It will be so much fun!

Vir gan of Mondag Morje end zurikkommen of Dondersdag Abend. Ig sig fragen vie sal vihren die gute Stube veerend mig end myne Kolegen sind veeg (ig sal ieberlaaten d'Entschydung mit James).
We leave on Monday morning and return on Thursday evening. I wonder who will run the parlour whilst we're gone (I'll leave that decision with James).

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