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werai language

Postby vincan » Mon 20 Jun 2011 6:46 am

Serai means “eternal”

alphabet : s,e,r,a,i,y
verbs

to be rais
to like reis
to live sreis
to eat rae
to drink raes
to know ree
to walk raea
to try asra
to do/make esra
to speak isra


Questions

where asey
when yasa
who yese
how asa
what isa
where ise
which ysi


colors

ara blue
are yellow
ari red
yaari light
yiaye dark

All nouns are signed
please comment!!
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Re: werai language

Postby linguoboy » Tue 21 Jun 2011 3:24 pm

Why don't you put the effort you're expending on all these half-baked proposals into really developing one of them? I'd be interested to see that.
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Re: werai language

Postby vincan » Fri 24 Jun 2011 5:02 pm

can you tell me what I should include in my colang? so far I have done:

alphabet
question (what, why etc...)
verbs
adjectives
writing system
numbers
some nouns
preposition
adverbs
a few phases
syntax
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Re: werai language

Postby linguoboy » Fri 24 Jun 2011 8:39 pm

vincan wrote:can you tell me what I should include in my colang?

Some recommendations:

1. Have a look at a thorough language description, such as a published grammar or a fully-developed conlang. This will give you ideas for where you could expand you own description.

2. Write a short text in your language. There's really no better way to come up with aspects which need to be treated in more detail. If you try this, I guarantee you at least one head-slapping moment (i.e. "How could I possibly have forgotten to include that!").
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Re: werai language

Postby Alisbet » Sat 25 Jun 2011 7:00 pm

Well, this is a good start in my opinion. Try to think about different aspects of this language and flesh it out into it's final form.
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