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Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Fri 02 Jun 2017, 11:08

Who else here has thought of making them?
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by Znex » Fri 02 Jun 2017, 17:00

That's what this thread is basically.
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by eldin raigmore » Fri 02 Jun 2017, 21:51

teengirlsquad wrote:Who else here has thought of making them?
Thought of it?
For sure!
Worked it into my conhistory, even!
But -- worked out the details of why the dialects differ?
[:$] [:'(] Nope. [:S] [:(] [:$]
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Sat 03 Jun 2017, 09:04

Which elements do you see in it?
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Sun 04 Jun 2017, 09:37

Which elements could you hear in it?
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by eldin raigmore » Sun 04 Jun 2017, 17:11

@teengirlsquad: I don't understand to whom you were addressing your last few posts. If they were directed to me, then, I don't understand the questions, exactly. In particular, (1) what's the antecedent of "it"? and (2) what do you mean by "elements"?
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Mon 05 Jun 2017, 04:08

eldin raigmore wrote:@teengirlsquad: I don't understand to whom you were addressing your last few posts. If they were directed to me, then, I don't understand the questions, exactly. In particular, (1) what's the antecedent of "it"? and (2) what do you mean by "elements"?
I mean, could you guess which accents I was influenced by?
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by Parlox » Mon 05 Jun 2017, 04:22

I made a conaccent for a (Now defunct) conlang of mine, i havent made any others though.
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by eldin raigmore » Tue 06 Jun 2017, 01:13

teengirlsquad wrote:I mean, could you guess which accents I was influenced by?
Thank you! [:)]. Now I understand the question!
(I still totally can't answer it. [:$] [:(] )
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Wed 07 Jun 2017, 05:02

teengirlsquad wrote:
eldin raigmore wrote:@teengirlsquad: I don't understand to whom you were addressing your last few posts. If they were directed to me, then, I don't understand the questions, exactly. In particular, (1) what's the antecedent of "it"? and (2) what do you mean by "elements"?
I mean, could you guess which accents I was influenced by?
K, so who could try to guess?
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by eldin raigmore » Wed 07 Jun 2017, 10:48

I had trouble telling when it was you that was talking. There's background noise in your video, and I couldn't tell whether your mouth-movements synched up with any part of your sound-track.
What does your normal voice sound like when you are speaking your native idiolect of English?
If I knew that, I might be able to answer your last question.
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Wed 07 Jun 2017, 16:46

eldin raigmore wrote: What does your normal voice sound like when you are speaking your native idiolect of English?
If I knew that, I might be able to answer your last question.
A Filipino-American hybrid that fluctuates in thickness.
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by eldin raigmore » Wed 07 Jun 2017, 20:04

teengirlsquad wrote:A Filipino-American hybrid that fluctuates in thickness.
Some of your YouTube posts have you speaking English with it recorded more clearly.
Some of them have you speaking your conlang "without an accent".
Edit: Both were helpful. They may make the difference for someone to be able to answer your question.
For me, they were helpful to reach the conclusion: "Now I know, for sure, I won't be able to answer teengirlsquad's question!" [:(]
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Mon 12 Jun 2017, 16:52

Me talking in my conaccent, and this time it's actually thick enough that it doesn't sound like a more inarticulate version of an American accent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roANXhCoB2A
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by lsd » Mon 12 Jun 2017, 17:04

your conlang phomematic implies a particular accent ...
You can, for example, try to speak English transcribed into your conlang, and even by adding your conlang idiomatics ...
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Mon 12 Jun 2017, 17:06

lsd wrote:your conlang phomematic implies a particular accent ...
We can, for example, try to speak English transcribed into your conlang, and even by adding your conlang idiomatics ...
This is just a side project that has nothing to do with my conlang.
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by lsd » Mon 12 Jun 2017, 17:10

Use someone else conlang...
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Re: Conaccents or invented accents of natlangs

Post by teengirlsquad » Tue 13 Jun 2017, 16:28

teengirlsquad wrote:
lsd wrote:your conlang phomematic implies a particular accent ...
We can, for example, try to speak English transcribed into your conlang, and even by adding your conlang idiomatics ...
This is just a side project that has nothing to do with my conlang.
This is more of a project inspired by how accents evolve in real life, like, when a bunch of people settle a new land, or some nationality that speaks English teaches it to them, brand new accents are made.
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