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by Zé do Rock
28 Nov 2018 17:49
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: English Orthography Reform
Replies: 384
Views: 151330

Re: English Orthography Reform

AXENTUS In Germany thare wer sum póls that shód that mor or less 50% of the popùlation apröv of a reform, 50% dónt. But 90% didnt think the german reform was a güd wun. To aplí the reform corectly, u hav tö réd 30 pájes, but the imprövment is so litle, it is not réaly werth wíl. If u reform things p...
by Zé do Rock
25 Nov 2018 12:38
Forum: In other languages
Topic: Plattdüütsch
Replies: 4
Views: 66905

Re: Plattdüütsch

PS: min platt is ser "hoogdüütsh dacht", klar, man ik kann nich anners...
by Zé do Rock
25 Nov 2018 12:37
Forum: In other languages
Topic: Plattdüütsch
Replies: 4
Views: 66905

Re: Plattdüütsch

kiekt dar een noch in dese thread vörbie? ik bün brasilianer, un shüll en par fragen över platt hebben... ik heff en farrad-tur öm düütshland maakt, jümmer an de grenz entlang, shriv nu en bouk, deelwis in de entspreken dialekten, un de mennig platt-varianten un ortografien hebt mi bannig dörchenann...
by Zé do Rock
20 Nov 2018 22:20
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

EUROPAN PRONOMES Existe no diferens inter pronomes as subject e pronomes as object. Mi ama yu, yu ama mi. Wen lis is nedirect object, lis veni pre la direct object: Yu da mi la buk. Posesivo pronomes hav oune vordes. POSESIVO PRONOMES MI MAI-N YU TAI-N LI SU ELA SU LO SU LU SU NU NASHE VU VASHE LIS...
by Zé do Rock
20 Nov 2018 09:06
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: English Orthography Reform
Replies: 384
Views: 151330

Re: English Orthography Reform

@Zé : I'm aware that English has homophones which are also homographs, and I agree that context usually clears up any ambiguity between two meanings (especially when the two meanings belong to different parts of speech, like your examples of "kind" and "to"). I'm saying that in the (relatively rare...
by Zé do Rock
19 Nov 2018 12:52
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: English Orthography Reform
Replies: 384
Views: 151330

Re: English Orthography Reform

I cannot recall any minimal pairs in English that distinguish syllabic versus non-syllabic liquids, so I doubt this will cause more confusion in comparison. I'm aware that there are two- and three-syllable pronunciations of "interest." Does anyone distinguish in speech between the financial and emo...
by Zé do Rock
17 Nov 2018 11:42
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: English Orthography Reform
Replies: 384
Views: 151330

Re: English Orthography Reform

HOUSE STILE Chris Upward, the creator of Cut Spelling, rote once a revew about my first book, wich was ritten in ultradoitsh, a sort of foneemic german. And so we became frends. I red his cut spelling book, but eeven if the idea is apeeling, i had a certan trubble with cut spelling, becaus offen i d...
by Zé do Rock
15 Nov 2018 22:38
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

"South Africa" is difficult? Yeth, it ith. I stand corrected & retract that question...though, I'd have thought "fr" would be just as tough as "th". REFORMIRT Ich kenne kaine europano sprache die das digraf FR nich hat - filaicht suomian? But the grate majority of europano languages dont hav a TH. ...
by Zé do Rock
15 Nov 2018 22:36
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

remind me again - whats the name of Britain/England, then, given that it has Welsh people and Celtic language-speakers in it. EUROPAN Bon, la mega majoritee na land spik inglish as su mama lingua, e meme lis ki ha non inglish as su mama lingua can spik lu. So nu sei dat in Ingland lis spik a german...
by Zé do Rock
13 Nov 2018 12:32
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

what if their European nation of origin (or residence) is where they speak both a Germanic language and one of the "other places" language? (such as the Belgian origin of Hercule Poirot, or England where he does his investigating) REFORMAD Na caso de Belgie, la nome du paiz é la nome germanish, Bel...
by Zé do Rock
07 Nov 2018 14:51
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

EUROPAN Unali mi mus corige mai laste mesag. La sufixo pro el adverbio ki veni de vordes af otre gramaticale clases is 'li-k', no 'li. Ma si la vord is no fologee bai a vord ki starte co vocal, oni can elimina la K. ARTICLES La generale definit article is LA, mas EL pre vocal. LA BANAN, EL APLE. La...
by Zé do Rock
06 Nov 2018 12:48
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: English Orthography Reform
Replies: 384
Views: 151330

Re: English Orthography Reform

Apart from the overthrow of the not-really-used-by-the-layman-anyway Runes, there has never been a total overhaul of English spelling. What there has been is norms, precedent, and analogy which evolve and become standardised. Any and all successful "reforms", such as they have been, have really bee...
by Zé do Rock
18 Oct 2018 18:18
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

PROGRESAL EUROPAN ADVERBIOS Ai no generel endu pro el adverbios, ma si un adverbio is derivet af a vord af un otre gramaticale clas, lu get el endu -li. Dopo un adjectivo ki end in -ale, nu solo substituh E bai I: razonale - razonali. ENGLISH ADVERBS There is no general ending for the adverbs, but ...
by Zé do Rock
16 Oct 2018 17:49
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: A Curious Kind of English
Replies: 7
Views: 5862

Re: A Curious Kind of English

REFORMEE Deutshe receveu un oficial ortografie en 1902, yo pens, e la conferens ortografico declarou la diccionario de Duden como standard pro alto deutsh, meme si lo had publica su diccionario pre alges ano. En volta du fin du seclo 19 aveu un relativo consenso sur el ortografie, multu plu ki vamo...
by Zé do Rock
12 Oct 2018 23:00
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

PS:

Salutus de Schengen, Luxemburg

Greetings from Schengen, Luxemburg
by Zé do Rock
12 Oct 2018 22:57
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

PROGRESAL EUROPAN ADJECTIVOS DERIVEE DE GEOGRAFICO NOMES Pro europano plases onde lis spik germanishe linguas, el endu pro el adjectiv is -ISHE. Pro europano plases wo lis spik slavski linguas, el endu is -SKI. Pro al otre plases el endu is IANO, ma si a plase nom end in A bes bi presedee bai un I,...
by Zé do Rock
09 Oct 2018 21:52
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences
Replies: 746
Views: 165721

Re: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences

REFORMD 'Pusi' in shqiperiano meens 'wel'. E la palavra pro pussy in suomian is 'häpy'. Saludus de Waimes, Belgie, onde lis no sa si lis deve falar francian o deutsh. ENGLISH 'Pusi' in albanian means 'well'. And the word for pussy in finnish is 'häpy'. Greetings from Waimes, Belgium, where they dont...
by Zé do Rock
04 Oct 2018 23:20
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences
Replies: 746
Views: 165721

Re: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences

In japanse, to say "helo" on the fone, they say "mushi-mushi". In Japanese, to say "hello" on the phone, they actually say もしもし moshi moshi . むしむし mushi mushi could be interpreted as "insect insect", among other things . Although I'm sure you'd still be understood if you answered with むしむし . PROGRE...
by Zé do Rock
03 Oct 2018 23:09
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences
Replies: 746
Views: 165721

Re: False friends and other unfortunate coincidences

REFORMIRT Auf doitsh wissen wir was 'mushi' bedoitet. In japanese, to say "halo" on the fone, thay say "mushi-mushi". Et en Romenia lis ofre "muschi de porc", esu non es un chate de porca: 'muschi' é la palabra pra músculo, y tamben pra bistec. Saludus de Ter Apel, Nederland ENGLISH In german 'musc...
by Zé do Rock
02 Oct 2018 22:55
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?
Replies: 65
Views: 30031

Re: europidjin? euroblabla? europex?

PROGRESAL EUROPAN ADJECTIF In prinsipio ai no terminaciones pro el adjectiv, adjectivos can ende co eni letra: verde, bleu, yelo, rede, blanco, negro, forte, slabi, late, rano. O ki exist is terminassoes ki faz af una palavra af un outre gramatico clas un adjectiv: nacion, nacional. Wordes ending c...