Čaw! Živijo! Hello!
I've finally joined this forum, too. I'm still reading old posts so it'll be a while before I'll be able to make some constructive replies.
So, as the protocol claims, it's nice for the newcomers to introduce themselves, and I'm following it. Some of you will hear this again and some of you won't.
My name is Andrej, I'm Slove
nian, I turned 19 in September and I'm a student, first year on my Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, studying English and Cultures of East Asia (i.e. Mandarin Chinese). My interest in conlanging began when I was 13 and my interest in languages and linguistics actually began in the second class of my grammar school. I'm also very interested in creating alphabets, conwordling and other similar words beginning on con-
My other hobbies goes from Ancient Egypt over Mayas to astronomy and astrophysics, although my biggest hobbies are languages. I'm fluent in Slovenian (native!), two Slovene dialects, English and Italian, I pretty much understand Romanian and all other South-Slavic languages (Croatian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Montenegrin, a little less Macedonian), and I have some understanding of other Slavic langs, though I don't speak them. Next I'm good (but not as good as I want to be
) in Spanish, and I understand some of French. As I said before, hopefully I'll be able to speak Mandarin Chinese soon, and my list of languages-to-learn includes Irish, Hebrew, Finnish, Hungarian, possibly some bits of Japanese, Russian, Latin, Icelandic, Hindi and Hittite. I have created quite a few conlangs and some alphabets, some conworlds, conreligions, etc.
Well, this is going too long now, at least for an introduction post.
Should I erase something?
Nice to meet you all!