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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Creyeditor » 11 Jul 2017 23:06

kiwikami wrote:Person is now doubly-marked in UC using initial consonant mutation on the verbal particles. They host a lovely mess of aspect, mood, and person/number agreement and one is obligatory along with any verb, so now they look a bit more different and 2/3s of sentences no longer start with lho-, zhe-, or ka-. I told myself, making this language, that for once - for once - I'd go light on verbal morphology. And, I mean... the verbs only get marked for pluractionality. So I guess I succeeded. But I could not escape.

I made some conjugation charts because paradigms are fun.
Have, um, the durative volitive/involitive visual indicative.
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(the plural and paucal labels should be swapped here; I forgot to fix this before uploading the image)

Stative... olfactory/gustatory inferential?
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Conclusive volitive hypothetical/optative?
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I love verbs. Or, uh, verbal particles. For what it's worth, no other POS in this conlang has anywhere near this much inflection. I am slowly trying to break my fusional habit. Not having much success. [:|] [:P]
Was it inspired by Skou?
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by kiwikami » 12 Jul 2017 01:07

Creyeditor wrote:Was it inspired by Skou?
It was not; what is Skou?
Edit: Substituted a string instrument for a French interjection.

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Chagen » 12 Jul 2017 01:43

Is it plausible for a simplification of a particular construction to occur alongside its non-simplified counterpart without overtaking it?

For instance "like" in Pazmat (as in "like the wind") is normally formed with the Genitive + , a post-position with means "here" (the genitive is just to connect the word to . Thus, for instance, wurfrātṛ dū "like the boy". However, for nouns whose genitives are in -tṛ, this can be simplified to -taddū: wurfrātaddū. Is it plausible that these two forms of the construction would coexist, possibly such that -taddū is the casual slang form and -tṛ dū is the more formal form?

After all, -taddū isn't any shorter, hell it might be LONGER than -tŗ dū, with the extra geminate.

There are some other problems alongside this though:

-Nouns whose genitives end in -bas. I guess -bas dū could become -bassū or -baddū (I can explain why the case ending geminated and not the particle for -bassū because the case ending ended in a consonant).

-The Proximative in -(y)os can be used to mean "like", an extension from its base meaning of "nearby": wurfrāyos lit. "nearby/next to the boy" but also "like the boy". I don't want two constructions that are identical to meaning, so how to solve this? Perhaps one could be more or less intense:

cṛsirū radisāyos "That girl is (kinda) like (my) sister"
cṛsirū radisātaddū! "That girl is (really) like my sister!"

You know...what really separates this and the other particle combinations I want to make from being cases? There really doesn't seem to be much evidence for not considering -taddū and -bassū as being Semblative case marker, even if they are nearly transparently formed from case-particle combos? I like the idea of case-particle combos. I also like the idea of combining into wonderfully euphonic single morphemes. But at the same time it feels like a cheap way of slipping new cases in under the table...I dunno, I still like it though!
Nūdenku waga honji ma naku honyasi ne ika-ika ichamase!
female-appearance=despite boy-voice=PAT hold boy-youth=TOP very be.cute-3PL
Honyasi zō honyasi ma naidasu.
boy-youth=AGT boy-youth=PAT love.romantically-3S

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by qwed117 » 12 Jul 2017 02:09

Chagen wrote:Is it plausible for a simplification of a particular construction to occur alongside its non-simplified counterpart without overtaking it?

For instance "like" in Pazmat (as in "like the wind") is normally formed with the Genitive + , a post-position with means "here" (the genitive is just to connect the word to . Thus, for instance, wurfrātṛ dū "like the boy". However, for nouns whose genitives are in -tṛ, this can be simplified to -taddū: wurfrātaddū. Is it plausible that these two forms of the construction would coexist, possibly such that -taddū is the casual slang form and -tṛ dū is the more formal form?

After all, -taddū isn't any shorter, hell it might be LONGER than -tŗ dū, with the extra geminate.

There are some other problems alongside this though:

-Nouns whose genitives end in -bas. I guess -bas dū could become -bassū or -baddū (I can explain why the case ending geminated and not the particle for -bassū because the case ending ended in a consonant).

-The Proximative in -(y)os can be used to mean "like", an extension from its base meaning of "nearby": wurfrāyos lit. "nearby/next to the boy" but also "like the boy". I don't want two constructions that are identical to meaning, so how to solve this? Perhaps one could be more or less intense:

cṛsirū radisāyos "That girl is (kinda) like (my) sister"
cṛsirū radisātaddū! "That girl is (really) like my sister!"

You know...what really separates this and the other particle combinations I want to make from being cases? There really doesn't seem to be much evidence for not considering -taddū and -bassū as being Semblative case marker, even if they are nearly transparently formed from case-particle combos? I like the idea of case-particle combos. I also like the idea of combining into wonderfully euphonic single morphemes. But at the same time it feels like a cheap way of slipping new cases in under the table...I dunno, I still like it though!
It's plausible that the two could co-occur as different constructions, or even just in different locations.
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Chagen » 12 Jul 2017 03:08

I just realized I posted that in the complete wrong section. Derp.

Well...uh...I came up with a word for "camel"? bamiy-. Tricky, as I have decided that au > ō before y or w, so for the indefinite, you get bamōṣ instead of the "expected" *bamauṣ. Also the indefinite singular accusative is by analogy bamōṣya not the expected (and seen before the analogy) *bamōyya. This analogy didn't apply to the Proximative and Translative though: bamōyos bamōyaru

GERRA! bamiyī śruya moycuvyī!
"BEHOLD! I have bought these two camels!

(doing a weird thing here where a noun is just not inflected at ALL besides number when used with an actual number)
Nūdenku waga honji ma naku honyasi ne ika-ika ichamase!
female-appearance=despite boy-voice=PAT hold boy-youth=TOP very be.cute-3PL
Honyasi zō honyasi ma naidasu.
boy-youth=AGT boy-youth=PAT love.romantically-3S

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by spanick » 12 Jul 2017 03:10

I finally figured out how the hell to pronounce ejectives. Now I may actually incorporate them into my conlangs!

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Frislander » 12 Jul 2017 12:49

kiwikami wrote:
Creyeditor wrote:Was it inspired by Skou?
It was not; what is Skou?
A Papuan language of the small Skou family of the north coast of Papua New Guinea. You can find a sketch of it in the Grammar Pile: I seriously recommend taking a look. They probably though your systrem was inspired by the fused prefix-based person marking verbs take.

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Creyeditor » 12 Jul 2017 13:56

True [:)]
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Micamo » 12 Jul 2017 14:05

Chagen wrote:Is it plausible for a simplification of a particular construction to occur alongside its non-simplified counterpart without overtaking it?
It is not just plausible, it's extremely normal.
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Lambuzhao » 12 Jul 2017 14:29

Contracted helping verbs in :eng: still co-occur along side of the uncontracted ones.

E.g.
a) I didn't know that.
b) I did not know that.


In this case, one type of construction has not completely displaced/uprooted/supplanted the other, and I am not sure that they ever will, at least in Old High Classical Golden-Age :eng:, and quite possibly also in the more byzantine Silver-Age :eng:.

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Xing » 12 Jul 2017 15:24

New updates on Xingish: Section on colours, participles, and a nice comparison chart between Xingish, Esperanto and Volapük, so that you should be able to decide which IAL you should learn.

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Post by Egerius » 12 Jul 2017 15:37

Xing wrote:[A] nice comparison chart between Xingish, Esperanto and Volapük, so that you should be able to decide which IAL you should learn.
No accusative and the plural is not obligatory? Mh... :wat:

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Post by Frislander » 12 Jul 2017 15:56

Xing wrote:New updates on Xingish: Section on colours, participles, and a nice comparison chart between Xingish, Esperanto and Volapük, so that you should be able to decide which IAL you should learn.
[xD] This is getting better and better!

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by qwed117 » 12 Jul 2017 16:05

Xing wrote:New updates on Xingish: Section on colours, participles, and a nice comparison chart between Xingish, Esperanto and Volapük, so that you should be able to decide which IAL you should learn.
I think your color chart is incorrect: it doesn't have #97A25E, which is the only color that should be there. Also, what's up with blue; That's not even a color. People will get confused if there's both blue and a green, so you should delete red, pink, and white, and add #7TAFDE, Pantene: Gold Shampoo and Conditioner, and X11 Mocchasin.
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Axiem » 13 Jul 2017 05:56

Partly inspired by my own guilt at admitting I haven't gotten things together like I've wanted to around astronomy, and partly inspired by my desire to actually finish something for Mto, and partly because it came up at work today, I pulled out my Mto astronomy stuff and finally ran a long-term simulation (~150,000 years, which really isn't much, admittedly). Adjusted a few numbers, tried again, finally got something I'm kind of happy with.

Started actually putting together the astronomy page on Mto's website (which is still in such a terrible state that I'm too embarrassed to share it), but that quickly ended up down a rabbit-hole of finicky markdown syntax for tables, weird CSS rules, and most importantly, remembering how to use MathJax, because darn it, I want scientific notation to look good in charts.

So, I did not make quite as much progress as I wanted to, but I have a base to start actually bringing data from my spreadsheet over into the webpage—now I just need a script to also put that spreadsheet somewhere that I can upload it for the curious.
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Axiem » 14 Jul 2017 06:22

I feel bad about posting back-to-back, but I guess no one else has made progress on their con-thing in the intervening day or so.

Anyways, I bit the bullet and got a bunch of my astronomical statistics data into a nice webpage on my site for Mto—which sadly I'm not yet ready to share with the world! But I'm one step closer.

Here's a preview:

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The next step is to actually get the data resources (spreadsheet and JSON) copied where they need to be on the server and link to them, then get the python programs cleaned up and added.

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

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After a week or so I finally got SCA2 to work in running through sound changes from Proto-Haxyakika to Uzerian Vrkhazhian, including the various vowel mutations and syncope.
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A=ćĉčǰǩɋ
B=ɑoɔɯʊu
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Q=ɴqʀχ
R=lrnmɲɳŋɴʀ
S=pbtdcɟkgqʡʔ
Ṣ=ꝑŧꝁꝗɍṗṭḳċṛ
T=ptckqʡʔꝑŧꝁꝗṗṭḳċ
V=aeiouəɪʊɔɛɨyæɑɯø
W=āēīōūọụẹị
Ẁ=àèìòù
Ŵ=ầềîồû
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ɔː/eː/_.ị
oː/eː/_.ị
aː/eː/_.ị
ɑː/eː/_.ị
ɛː/iː/_.ị
eː/iː/_.ị
ɪː/iː/_.ị
ʊː/iː/_.ị
.ụ//_.
ị//_#
.//_C#
.ị//_.
ụ/ų/_
ị/į/_

ǫ/ɔ/_
oː/o/_
ų/ʊ/_
į/ɪ/_
ę/ɛ/_
uː/u/_
iː/i/_
eː/e/_
aː/a/_
ą/ɑ/_
əː/ə/_
s.l/.ɬ/V_V
l.s/.ɬ/V_V
s'l/'ɬ/V_V
l's/'ɬ/V_V
θ/ð/_
ð/ɹ/V._V
ð/ɹ/V'_V
l/ɹ/#V_
l/ɹ/#CV_
l/ɹ/#'V_
l/ɹ/#'CV_
l/ɹ/#V['.]_
l/ɹ/#CV['.]_
ŋ/ɴ/_B
ɬ/tɬ/_B
k/x/_C
g/ɣ/_C
k/x/_['.]C
g/ɣ/_['.]C
'//_
/'/_CV.CV#
/'/_CVC.CV#
/'/_CVC#
V//_.'/#C_.'CVC#
.//_C.'

rʶ/ʀ/_
ŋ/ɴ/_
f/ɸ/_
v/β/_
c/cç/_
ɟ/ɟʝ/_
ɸ/p/m_
β/b/m_
ɸ/p/m._
β/b/m._
ɛ/e/_
ɑ/a/_
ɛ/e/_
ɪ/i/_
ɨ/i/_
əj/aj/_
ɔ/o/_
ʊ/u/_
əw/aw/_
wa/u.ə/C_
ja/i.ə/C_
wa/u.ə/C['.]_
ja/i.ə/C['.]_

pʶ/ʍ̝/_
tʶ/θ/_
kʶ/q/_
qʶ/χ/_
ʰp/v/_#
ʰt/z/_#
ʰk/ɣ/_#
ʰq/ʀ/_#
ʰp/p/_.C
ʰt/t/_.C
ʰk/k/_.C
ʰq/q/_.C
ʰp/pː/V._V
ʰt/tː/V._V
ʰk/kː/V._V
ʰq/qː/V._V
aj/ae̯/_
aw/ao̯/_
ew/ɛo̯/_
oj/oe̯/_
u.ə/u/C_
i.ə/i/C_
u.ə/u/C['.]_
i.ə/i/C['.]_
Of course, I've yet to figure out how to make it do metathesis for certain illegal clusters.
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Micamo
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Micamo » 16 Jul 2017 15:49

I'm bored of this project already.

núraízakái goumóasóʔ héttaʔío reízazú?
nú=raí-zakái gou-móa-só-ʔ hétta-ʔ=ío reíza=zú
PREP=after-arrive\3s.A head-pain-CAUS-NF be.alone-NF=2s.COP believe\2s.P=Q
Do you think you're the only one who worries about the future?
My pronouns are <xe> [ziː] / <xym> [zɪm] / <xys> [zɪz]

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Lambuzhao » 16 Jul 2017 17:43

Micamo wrote:
núraízakái goumóasóʔ héttaʔío reízazú?
nú=raí-zakái gou-móa-só-ʔ hétta-ʔ=ío reíza=zú
PREP=after-arrive\3s.A head-pain-CAUS-NF be.alone-NF=2s.COP believe\2s.P=Q
Do you think you're the only one who worries about the future?
Havale huv! Zwerrûzai wa ʔoizawaʕalen čæθi.
holiness.VOC holy | imagine<IMPFT>1SG REL.ADV loneliness.LOC walk<SBJV>1SG
Gosh! Though I was the only one.
[O.o]

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Re: What did you accomplish today?

Post by Egerius » 17 Jul 2017 00:12

Transferring the first page of my dream-derived short story into an RTF file, just to be safe.
Languages of Rodentèrra: Buonavallese, Saselvan Argemontese; Wīlandisċ Taulkeisch; More on the road.
Conlang embryo of TELES: Proto-Avesto-Umbric ~> Proto-Umbric
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