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Re: Genglish

Postby Tikolm » Fri 13 Jul 2012 5:09 pm

benny335 wrote:Mediikafaha Paart A

Mediikafaha Paart A das faahr haahspiiyu eegnpensess. Đych das praahpiidd ych naah aaddiitiiaahnaal kaahst taah whaah haave pÿid ych lrast 10 yrarde ntaah sstem.


Medicare Part A
Medicare Part A is for hospital expenses. It is provided at no additional cost to retirees who have paid at least 10 years into the system.

Retry =)

I like it better this time. :) About being a sub-dialect of English -- in my book, you can't have a sub-dialect of a language, you can only have a sub-dialect of a dialect (of a language). Other than that, having it be a sub-dialect of English is just fine and Linguoboy will probably be happier now.
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Re: Genglish

Postby benny335 » Fri 13 Jul 2012 5:17 pm

Tikolm wrote:
benny335 wrote:Mediikafaha Paart A

Mediikafaha Paart A das faahr haahspiiyu eegnpensess. Đych das praahpiidd ych naah aaddiitiiaahnaal kaahst taah whaah haave pÿid ych lrast 10 yrarde ntaah sstem.


Medicare Part A
Medicare Part A is for hospital expenses. It is provided at no additional cost to retirees who have paid at least 10 years into the system.

Retry =)

I like it better this time. :) About being a sub-dialect of English -- in my book, you can't have a sub-dialect of a language, you can only have a sub-dialect of a dialect (of a language). Other than that, having it be a sub-dialect of English is just fine and Linguoboy will probably be happier now.

lol. I meant Dialect but some how I didn't think it through. lol I used the language construction kit. I used the sound changer thing on the web site. It's really helpful. http://www.zompist.com/sca2.html
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Re: Genglish

Postby benny335 » Fri 13 Jul 2012 5:22 pm

Here is the list of rules for the Sound Change Applier thingy for genlish.

ay/a/_
ts/t/_
c/k/_
e/ee/#_
i/ii/_
o/ah/_
u/uh/_
x/gn/_
ai/ei/_
j/y/V_
ae/aa/_
OO/uu/_
ee//S_C
is/das/_#
i//#_
a/aa/_
ed/d/_#
the//_#
daas/das/_
re/nda/_#
ee/y/_#
ion/chun/_
th/đ/_
ing/ŋ/_
ss/de/_#
do/ti/_
and/fah/_
le//_#
Th/Đ/_
sys/ss/#_
v/p/_
aat/ych/_
ai/ÿ/_
ei/ÿ/_
ea/r/_
taal/yu/_
ce/s/_

just copy and paste this into the sound change field and hit apply. (After you put words into the Input Lexicon Field)

Mÿi naam das Ben
My name is Ben
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Re: Genglish

Postby benny335 » Fri 13 Jul 2012 8:46 pm

I have added a new sound!

It's a velar H. To make the sound, get your mouth in the position to say the Velar NG and hold it. Next you make the H sound (Aspirated) while opening your mouth at the same time.

kär=Car (Borrowed)
çär=Hard/Tough

I'll try to upload a recording.
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Re: Genglish

Postby linguoboy » Fri 13 Jul 2012 9:20 pm

benny335 wrote:It's a velar H. To make the sound, get your mouth in the position to say the Velar NG and hold it. Next you make the H sound (Aspirated) while opening your mouth at the same time.

You mean something like the voiceless velar nasal of Welsh (IPA [ŋ̊])? (You can hear examples in this video.)
english*deutsch*nederlands*català*castellano*gaelainn*cymraeg*français*svenska*韓國말*漢語
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Re: Genglish

Postby Tikolm » Fri 13 Jul 2012 9:24 pm

benny335 wrote:I have added a new sound!

It's a velar H. To make the sound, get your mouth in the position to say the Velar NG and hold it. Next you make the H sound (Aspirated) while opening your mouth at the same time.

kär=Car (Borrowed)
çär=Hard/Tough

I'll try to upload a recording.

I think you mean /x/ (voiceless velar fricative). Personally, I'd represent it as <ch>, <kh> or <h>, but that's just me because I'm used to <ç> being used for /s/.
Anyway, nice! :)
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Re: Genglish

Postby benny335 » Sat 14 Jul 2012 2:03 am

Well now that I think about it, its more like a cross between a k and a h. Not ch. The reason I chose ç is because the mark below the c is because it represents the mouth position when saying it.
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Re: Genglish

Postby Tikolm » Sat 14 Jul 2012 2:30 am

benny335 wrote:Well now that I think about it, its more like a cross between a k and a h. Not ch. The reason I chose ç is because the mark below the c is because it represents the mouth position when saying it.

I see. I didn't mean an English ch sound, I was referring to a spelling you could use. I see what you're getting at, though. I really think you should click through the link I sent you -- /x/ does indeed seem to be the sound you're referring to.
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Re: Genglish

Postby benny335 » Sat 14 Jul 2012 2:35 am

Your right. That is the sound.
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