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Author:  Thry [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:27 am ]
Post subject:  Help your conlang fluency (2)

clawgrip wrote:
Logiap chai borm plargen huoo choacheung.
how do can understand NEG HORT
I don't fully understand how that's possible.

Es tal un typo masseu. Alquand i ascreis, di, <lurk>, ascreis <lruk> (a mán). El mesm concept, verbs entegres.
It's like a massive typo. Some times when I write, say, <lurk>, I write <lruk> (in handwritting). Same concept, whole words.

Author:  Turtlehead [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 5:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Ulan menoqi Antwoorde cagan gecoci.
Ulan has Die Antwoorde in his signature again.

Author:  Wattmann [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 5:10 am ]
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Aqašfafhn.

Yes we know

Author:  Thry [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 5:15 am ]
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Difícil dy perder.
Hard to miss.

Author:  Colonel Cathcart [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:53 am ]
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Ar staljarari* kokyt ígia jokte ahotárose sai poys kokyt í taebi adblockais jokand.
[ar ˈstaljaɾaɪ ˈkokət iːjja ˈjoktə ˈahotaːɾose saɪ poɪʃ ˈkokət ˈiː taɪbɪ ˈadblokkaʃ ˈjokand]
he/she put-3SG.COND all-ACC in one folder-ILL so then all-ACC NEG-3SG must-COND.CONNEG adblock-INF each.individually
He should put them all in one directory so one wouldn't have to adblock each individual one.

*here the conditional is used as a polite imperative

Author:  Christopher Schröder [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:18 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Eandil wrote:
clawgrip wrote:
Logiap chai borm plargen huoo choacheung.
how do can understand NEG HORT
I don't fully understand how that's possible.

Es tal un typo masseu. Alquand i ascreis, di, <lurk>, ascreis <lruk> (a mán). El mesm concept, verbs entegres.
It's like a massive typo. Some times when I write, say, <lurk>, I write <lruk> (in handwritting). Same concept, whole words.

Houff, ech throit thie Rhudde (in thes EP*).
[huːf eː θɾuat ðiː 'ʁʉd.a ɪn ðɛz ɛlnθøːdalɪ fou'nɛt.ɪ.kal'bøː'stiɛv]
Oops, I inverted the Words (in the IPA).

*Elnthedely Phonetticalbeuchstief

Author:  Thry [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:21 am ]
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Xics, i Christopher, tu qui sols, ha y d'al mod mais rápid d'ascreure n'A.P.I.1 que seia mais copiar i pegar les sýmbols?
Guys, and Christopher, you who usually does it, is there any way to write in the IPA faster than copypasting the symbols?

1Alphabet phonétic international

Author:  Christopher Schröder [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:40 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Ech rhâte end clevre ins thaise Lettrechartes.
[eː 'ʁɑː.ta ɛnd 'klɛv.ɾa ɪnz 'ðeː.za lɛt.ɾa'ʧaə.tɛz]
I copy and paste them from the Character Map.

It greth Rhied, tha Lettrecharte.
[ɪt gɾɛt ʁiɛd ðɑː lɛt.ɾa'ʧaə.ta]
It's useful (lit. "it has Usefulness"), the Character Map.

Ech gref main euy Clavier fure tha Ochrelettren — é, ê, â &c..
[eː gɾɛv meːn øːj kla'viə fya ðɑː 'ou.kɾa'lɛt.ɾɛn gɾɛv eː 'hɛt.a eː 'hɛt.a ɑː ɛnd sou]
I have my own Keyboard Layout for the special Characters — é, ê, â &c.

Author:  finlay [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:13 am ]
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Eandil wrote:
Xics, i Christopher, tu qui sols, ha y d'al mod mais rápid d'ascreure n'A.P.I.1 que seia mais copiar i pegar les sýmbols?
Guys, and Christopher, you who usually does it, is there any way to write in the IPA faster than copypasting the symbols?

1Alphabet phonétic international

yeah, i made my own keyboard layout (the program Ukelele on the Mac, I guess there are equivalents on Windows). can't do it on my phone though which is why you'll occasionally see me using x-sampa again recently.

or a way that requires less programming: there's a tool out there that you can use to convert on the fly between x-sampa and real ipa.

Author:  Bob Johnson [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:34 am ]
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SCIM śa.
[sin ɕɑ]
scim-DIR use-AOR
I use SCIM.

Author:  Zwap [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:47 am ]
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Si com wev SCIMt, si le UIMt, Linuksné.
[si xʌm wev skimt si le ɯːiːemt linɯks̩nʲe]
I too use SCIM, and also UIM, on Linux.

Author:  Imralu [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:27 pm ]
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I use something like www.aveneca.com/xipa (search for X-sampa to ipa).

Author:  Christopher Schröder [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 1:08 pm ]
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Ain Clavier meith sinden en "Windows„ main bay "Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator„ .
[eːn kla'viə meːt 'sɪndɛn ɛn wɪn'douz meːn beː mɪkɾouzɔft 'kɛː'bɔa.əd lejuːt 'kɾea.tɔə]
A custom Layout can be made in Windows with Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator.

Aine Lenche
['eːn.a 'lɛn.ʃa]
A Link.

Author:  Ulan [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Oyo! fok pauzegaltee len 'Phonetic Symbols' kopa yalfa yetudaali nahpau! len-tzal hoi hasan
οηο ! βοϰ παυϸεχαλτέ λεν 'Phonetic Symbols' ϰοπα ηαλβα ηετυθά ναϩπαυ λεν-ϻαλ ϩοι ϩαϛαν
[βɔx ɸɑu.ʑə.ɣəː.θəː ɬɜ̃ ɸɔ.nə.ti sim.βɔz xɔ.ɸə jäːβ̯ə jɔ.θɯ.ðəː.ly nä̰.ɸɑu lɜ̃ ʥäː χɔi χä.ʒə̃]

INT 1SG.see be.ESS:AS phonetic symbols PREP letter see.CAUS GEN.1SG be.ESS:REV done easy

Hey! I've just noticed the 'Phonetic Symbols' in the character viewer now. This is way easier!

Author:  Christopher Schröder [ Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Ulan wrote:
Oyo! fok pauzegaltee len 'Phonetic Symbols' kopa yalfa yetudaali nahpau! len-tzal hoi hasan
οηο ! βοϰ παυϸεχαλτέ λεν 'Phonetic Symbols' ϰοπα ηαλβα ηετυθά ναϩπαυ λεν-ϻαλ ϩοι ϩαϛαν
[βɔx ɸɑu.ʑə.ɣəː.θəː ɬɜ̃ ɸɔ.nə.ti sim.βɔz xɔ.ɸə jäːβ̯ə jɔ.θɯ.ðəː.ly nä̰.ɸɑu lɜ̃ ʥäː χɔi χä.ʒə̃]

INT 1SG.see be.ESS:AS phonetic symbols PREP letter see.CAUS GEN.1SG be.ESS:REV done easy

Hey! I've just noticed the 'Phonetic Symbols' in the character viewer now. This is way easier!

Téry so!
[teːɾɪ sou̯]
Very good!

Author:  Turtlehead [ Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Christopher Schröder wrote:
Ech rhâte end clevre ins thaise Lettrechartes.
[eː 'ʁɑː.ta ɛnd 'klɛv.ɾa ɪnz 'ðeː.za lɛt.ɾa'ʧaə.tɛz]
I copy and paste them from the Character Map.

It greth Rhied, tha Lettrecharte.
[ɪt gɾɛt ʁiɛd ðɑː lɛt.ɾa'ʧaə.ta]
It's useful (lit. "it has Usefulness"), the Character Map.

Ech gref main euy Clavier fure tha Ochrelettren — é, ê, â &c..
[eː gɾɛv meːn øːj kla'viə fya ðɑː 'ou.kɾa'lɛt.ɾɛn gɾɛv eː 'hɛt.a eː 'hɛt.a ɑː ɛnd sou]
I have my own Keyboard Layout for the special Characters — é, ê, â &c.

Mododa tyd 'chart' todotydi french/latin kogokygi germanic.
I thought chart was french/latin and wasn't germanic.

This response has revolutionised my language, the verb 'to be' can be expressed using verb markers and duplication of the correlatives. If that makes any sense.
Myfi dapan dibobi amyf patek, badab 'to be' neconyc munyq mdak badab bwtyd kdad. Pebotyd menoq cnac.

Author:  Izambri [ Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:57 am ]
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Bèr jan nuu è noll iseu!
Happy new year and full summer!

Author:  Thry [ Thu Jun 21, 2012 6:00 am ]
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Izambri wrote:
Bèr jan nuu è noll iseu!
Happy new year and full summer!

Ann now 'audh, hilladheg!
Feliç ain nou, Helleián!
Happy new year, Hellesan!

Author:  Christopher Schröder [ Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:20 am ]
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Turtlehead wrote:
Christopher Schröder wrote:
Ech rhâte end clevre ins thaise Lettrechartes.
[eː 'ʁɑː.ta ɛnd 'klɛv.ɾa ɪnz 'ðeː.za lɛt.ɾa'ʧaə.tɛz]
I copy and paste them from the Character Map.

It greth Rhied, tha Lettrecharte.
[ɪt gɾɛt ʁiɛd ðɑː lɛt.ɾa'ʧaə.ta]
It's useful (lit. "it has Usefulness"), the Character Map.

Ech gref main euy Clavier fure tha Ochrelettren — é, ê, â &c..
[eː gɾɛv meːn øːj kla'viə fya ðɑː 'ou.kɾa'lɛt.ɾɛn gɾɛv eː 'hɛt.a eː 'hɛt.a ɑː ɛnd sou]
I have my own Keyboard Layout for the special Characters — é, ê, â &c.

Mododa tyd 'chart' todotydi french/latin kogokygi germanic.
I thought chart was french/latin and wasn't germanic.[/i]

Thainin, "Lettre", "Charte", end "Clavier" sinden eln Leunrhudde.
['ðeː.nɪn lɛt.ɾa 'ʧɑə.ta ɛnd kla'viə sɪndɛn ɛln 'løːn'ʁʉd.a]
In the above, "Letter", "Chart", and "Keyboard" are all Loanwords.

Illyrois greth téry tessen Franceoise Leunrhudde.
[ɪlɪɾu̯ɑz gɾɛt 'teː.ɾɪ 'tɛs.ɛn fɾan'ʦu̯ɛ.za 'løːn'ʁʉd.a]
Illyrian has quite a lot of French Loanwords.

Author:  clawgrip [ Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:21 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

Image
Jungdua chaot knooayn ot jngorp leut. Aamual.
already day differ one finish EMPH | goodnight
Already another day is over! Goodnight.

Author:  Thry [ Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:30 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Help your conlang fluency

clawgrip wrote:
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Jungdua chaot knooayn ot jngorp leut. Aamual.
already day differ one finish EMPH | goodnight
Already another day is over! Goodnight.

Maenyth! Huinn dhylch.
Goodnigh! Sweet dreams.

Author:  Lyra [ Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:55 am ]
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á! nâra érib enamadhäbaz hwol! bhóraron uprít lajrárona nôz, zâ ónê ubhélä kjoranáz mélnanáz bhedabaz lóna.
Oh! I had almost forggoten about it! I want to expand my language, but I have being ignoring it.

~Lyra

Author:  Herr Dunkel [ Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:03 am ]
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Nunqe! Nunqe! Léqxašlašlimenuq :3
nu-nqe! nu-nqe! léqx-ašla-šlim-e-nuq :3
1-leave(-3), 1-leave(-3)! 3.EMPH-boil-bubble-3-MED :3

Leave it! Leave it! It'll ferment :3

Author:  ol bofosh [ Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:33 am ]
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Ulan wrote:
Hey! I've just noticed the 'Phonetic Symbols' in the character viewer now. This is way easier!


Hesof fisebusosh? Ûx hesof fisebusosh? Ûx dhovajh?
Character viewer? What character viewer? Where?

Author:  Nannalu [ Fri Jun 22, 2012 11:28 am ]
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Ig bien enviekkelen yne Schprooche dat hat yne Bysie in veschtlije-zentraale dytsche Schproochen (sols Pensilvaanie Dytsch end Luksembergsie) end nederlandsie/afrikaansie (muu-fronksie Schroochen). Ig benomen et Vancouver-Dutsch (alias Dutsch), et ischt vaaschynlig duur yn mennonytie Gmynschaakt un die Vancouver Beryk gschproken.
[ɪg bĩː enviːkːl̩ɛ̃ a͡ɪnɐ ʃpɹoːxɐ dat hat a͡ɪnɐ baɪsiː ĩ veʃtlɪjɐ t͡sentraːlɐ da͡ɪt͡ʃɐ ʃpɹoːxɛ̃ sɔls pensɪlvaːniː daɪt͡ʃ ɛnd lʊksembɐgiː ɛnd nedɐlandsiː afrɪkaːnsiː mʊː frɔnksiː ʃpɹoːxɛ̃ ɪg benɔmɛ̃ et vankuːvɐ dut͡ʃ alɪas dut͡ʃ et iʃt vaːʃa͡ɪnlɪg du˞ː a͡ɪ̃ menːona͡ɪtiː gma͡ɪnʃaːkt ũ diː vankuːvɐ beɹa͡ɪk gʃpɹɔkɛ̃]
I am developing a language that is based on West Central German languages (such as Pennsylvania German and Luxembourgish) and Dutch/Afrikaans (Low Franconian languages). I named it Vancouver Dutch (a.k.a. Dutch*), it is probably spoken by a Mennonite community around the Vancouver area.

* The word for Netherlands Dutch in VDutch is "nederlandsie" and the peoples are the "nederlanderen" or "holender". Basically, there is no word that is simply "Dutch", so the Vancouver Dutch-ophones call themselves the "dutsch".

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