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by Ser
21 Dec 2017 14:27
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 4347
Views: 866463

Re: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here

clawgrip wrote:
21 Dec 2017 05:33
As far as I can tell, the modern conjunctive suffix -tsutsu also comes from this auxiliary.
What is this "conjunctive" suffix -tsutsu, and how is it used?
by Ser
15 Dec 2017 18:58
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Formatting
Replies: 7
Views: 1473

Re: Formatting

Maybe I've been hanging out with a different crowd all these years, but I've never seen an English -> artlang dictionary except for like a couple. All of Zompist's dictionaries are artlang -> English except for the (out-of-date) English -> Verdurian one, and the same goes for all the ones on Antholo...
by Ser
15 Dec 2017 17:57
Forum: Teach & Share
Topic: Translation app for my conlang work
Replies: 5
Views: 7012

Re: Translation app for my conlang work

Ah I usually arrange alphabet and words in different ways but I still want it to at least have some meaning and can be predicted from English... So a translation app would be helpful for me. It's hard to explain as well, sorry but I really hope you catch what I mean [>_<] I have no idea what you me...
by Ser
08 Dec 2017 18:36
Forum: Beginners' Corner
Topic: Let's Talk about Syntax (NP: Topic Ideas etc)
Replies: 15
Views: 61603

Re: Let's Talk about Syntax (NP: Topic Ideas etc)

You phrase that like a question, but yes, the whole phrase moving is a thing. I think k1234567890y has made a very good question here (which I had never thought about). It is a thing in languages like French ( A quoi est-ce que tu t'intéresses ? 'What are you interested in?'), but is it a thing in ...
by Ser
08 Dec 2017 18:16
Forum: Teach & Share
Topic: Lesson/Guide Requests
Replies: 104
Views: 157477

Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

If a write a guide in Spanish, should I post it here or in the "In other languages" section?
by Ser
08 Dec 2017 06:43
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: What language could this person speak?
Replies: 15
Views: 10272

Re: What language could this person speak?

French is possible... How u have start. To. Learn Java and someone know good sites which introduce in programming ? Comment vous avez commencé à apprendre Java et qui connait (de) bons sites qui introduisent à (la) programmation... (sometimes my English is so torrid...) I doubt it's French because ...
by Ser
21 Aug 2016 20:39
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences
Replies: 737
Views: 142746

Re: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences

:esp: constipado stuffed up, congested; :eng: constipated unable to poop (Weird, I just looked this one up and it appears as though Google Translate doesn't agree with me. I specifically recall this being taught to us in Spanish and our class having a lot of fun with this fact. Hmmmm.) Nah, I think...
by Ser
21 Aug 2016 17:08
Forum: Translations
Topic: A relatively complex sentence
Replies: 19
Views: 2057

Re: A relatively complex sentence

:esp: Spanish Puedo mirar la oración que quiero traducir y saber lo que quiero que la estructura parezca sin demaciado esfuerzo. [ˈpweð̞o miˈɾaɾ la oɾaˈsjoŋ ke ˈkjeɾo tɾað̞uˈsiɾ i saˈβ̞eɾ lo ke ˈkjeɾo ke la estɾukˈtuɾa paˈɾeska sin demaˈsjað̞o esˈfweɾso] pued-o mir-ar la oración-Ø que quier-o tradu...
by Ser
20 Aug 2016 07:28
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False cognates
Replies: 676
Views: 169582

Re: False cognates

:zho: Shanghainese 渠 [ɦi] "he, she" - :eng: English he If the Wu has a feminine meaning, we can add it to the fact that Welsh and Hebrew have the same feminine singular third person pronoun: [hi]. And expanding the meaning further, the Pirahã third person bound pronoun hi [hi], which can be singula...
by Ser
20 Aug 2016 07:22
Forum: In other languages
Topic: Tema de jamonada [español/castellano]
Replies: 152
Views: 160561

Re: Tema de jamonada [español/castellano]

Hola. Casi no vengo por aquí, pero solo quería informarles que existe un grupo sobre ideolenguas donde se habla español en Facebook, llamado "Conlangs (español)". Es el grupo de ideolingüística en español más grande en Internet por el momento.
by Ser
20 Aug 2016 07:02
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Can anyone gloss Maltese or Classical Arabic?
Replies: 5
Views: 1821

Re: Can anyone gloss Maltese or Classical Arabic?

3 = the voiced pharyngeal fricative/approximant
7 = the unvoiced pharyngeal fricative