67) How should the high vowels /i u ou/ be written?
b) /i u ou/ - <i~y u ou> (Similar to Old English, with <y> representing former /y/)
68) Should the phoneme /h/ be introduced through Germanic loanwords?
69) What should be the fate of disyllabic /i.ə/ and /u.ə/?
b) They should be preserved.
70) It is 939 CE, and the Danes have finally been driven out of Britain, with Loundein having regained its former territory. Unfortunately, Johan IV, the most recent king of Loundein, has died without an heir. Who should become the new king of Loundein?
a) Carlo, the 15-year-old half-brother of Johan IV.
71) What sound changes would you like to see in Old Brettaniot?
a) /ei ou/ > /e o/ (Proposed by shimobaatar)
b) /ei oi eu ou/ > /ei e ou o/ (Proposed by this_is_an_account)
c) /ə/ lost word-finally (Proposed by Jackk)
d) Stops devoice word-finally (Proposed by Jackk)
e) /ui oi/ > /wi/ and /iu ei/ > /ju/ (Proposed by Jackk)
f) Jackk's proposal + /oi eu/ > /we jo/ (proposed by Kawdek)
Propose ideas for us to vote on.
72) Should /θ/ and /ð/ be distinguished in writing?
b) No, both should be written as <th>.
73) How should the consonants /k/ and /g/ be written before front vowels?
a) /k g/ - <qu gu>
b) /k g/ - <k gh>
c) /k g/ <k gu> (Proposed by shimobaatar)
74) How should the consonants /ɲ/ and /ʎ/ be written?
a) /ɲ ʎ/ - <nh lh>
b) /ɲ ʎ/ - <nȝ lȝ>
c) /ɲ ʎ/ <gn gl> (Proposed by shimobaatar)
75) It is 1013 CE, and Danes have arrived on the shores of Britain once again. What will be the fate of Britain.
a) The Danes vassalize Britain, and make it part of their empire.
b) They install a king of their own in Lundein.
c) They install a king of their own in Dynhunia.
d) Lundein and Dynhunia are successful at repelling them, and they unite.
These are the sound changes that have happened so far from Vulgar Latin to Old Brettaniot.