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- Fri 18 May 2018, 21:45
- Forum: Everything Else
- Topic: The Quintessential 5th Conversation Thread
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I'm having a fun time reading A Tale of Two Cities , and to entertain myself, I imagine all of the characters speaking the :yout: most backwoods British accent (Emily Blunt and Cecily Strong in SNL GBBO) Ironic you consider these accents as "backwoods" when they're using (very approximate tbf) acce...
- Tue 15 May 2018, 14:06
- Forum: Conlangs
- Topic: Amanghu (天語), or Chinese Altaic
- Replies: 26
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Circassian uses a following <ъ> to mark retroflex fricatives, so you could probably extend that principle to the affricates as well (actually Circassian in general seems to be the unusual case of a Cyrillic orthography which doesn't use any non-Russian letters outside of the Palochka, which is all t...
I mean I don't really know what the worry is with the areal thing, Polish and the Sorbian languages have nasal vowels despite being surrounded by languages that lack them entirely, I see no reason your language can' be the same.