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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby decemarietis » Mon 27 Aug 2012 12:59 pm

Let cuentri fizile da lehir linguánen vussas ferqua sante dema quamo linguánen romanças. Na avui, linguán my sait romança éima!
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby mamd » Tue 28 Aug 2012 12:38 pm

Linguanist wrote:Linguan has changed. It is now called Ljndoj. Conjugation has been abolished! As have the letters c and i.

'Ljnguan' tjo esse modjfjk. Ahor, nomat tjo esse Ljndoj. J konjukament delet tjo esse! J mem por j letran 'C' et 'I'.

[Linguan it is modified. Now, named it is Ljndoj. The conjugation deleted it is! The same for the letters 'C' and 'I']

To ‹j› ako wokalo wigleda điuno.
This ‹j› as a vowel looks weird.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby decemarietis » Tue 28 Aug 2012 6:05 pm

mamd wrote:
Linguanist wrote:Linguan has changed. It is now called Ljndoj. Conjugation has been abolished! As have the letters c and i.

'Ljnguan' tjo esse modjfjk. Ahor, nomat tjo esse Ljndoj. J konjukament delet tjo esse! J mem por j letran 'C' et 'I'.

[Linguan it is modified. Now, named it is Ljndoj. The conjugation deleted it is! The same for the letters 'C' and 'I']

To ‹j› ako wokalo wigleda điuno.
This ‹j› as a vowel looks weird.


Crehi ací. Sait lingua romança, fercua suprimir counjugaciúnen?
I think so too. It's a romance language, why remove the conjugations?
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Rexcoder » Sat 01 Sep 2012 12:53 pm

Olomehalas-mau li olopa-olea:
First words in Olean language:

Li mawala olopa-ise soo oa-paa mo olo. Wi kanuiti naa keme mo ite, oahea salehania li Sina mo lato e oahea uulu mo helakotui. Oahea pisa oloholomehala, “Mieleuihui, oehoe opi oakupukotuis e oahean paa auhuku.” Oahea oakupukotui suu oakupu howai e oahalunai suu oaohoneposa howai.
Now the whole world had one language and a common speech. As people moved eastward, they found a plain in Shinar and settled there. And they said to one another, “Come, let us make bricks, and burn them thoroughly.” And they had brick for stone, and bitumen for mortar.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Lord-Ragnarock » Sun 09 Sep 2012 1:45 am

Akhvu megan gan shaonapanvu bo holyezo, meimaka uma fulvu ama aelota. Gushaonapamtei kiza, gutsebam ketan ya sefiyam!

Literally: For the purpose of giving to you a piece of your death, I went from Meimaka to your place. You will DIE, so you FIGHT would BE good!

Translated: I went from Meimaka to your place to fight you. I hope you fight (well), because (either way) you're going to die!

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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Tikolm » Sun 09 Sep 2012 2:32 am

Sewr ben, twt le mond! Swi seo ancor refenydh.
<day good, all ART.MASC world! be.1SG.PRS 1SG.NOM again come_back.PP.>
Hello, everyone! I have returned.

 le llyffws ystedh seansedh yn pw. Es l'yspelase yn pw differant: son le »w« e le »y« utilisedh yn pw differeman; es »dd« yspeledh »dh«; e dhli seos com li lâ. Alsi, i'â r-ill meins dli »l« dwble.
<have.3SG.PRS ART.MASC 'Leafoosish' be.PP change.PP one small_amount. be.3SG.PRS ART.DEF=spelling one small_amount different; be.3PL.PRS ART.MASC 'w' and ART.MASC 'y' use.PP one small_amount different.ADV; be.3SG.PRS 'dd' spell.PP 'dh'; and of.ART.PL thing like/as ART.PL there. also, LOC=have.3SG.PRS [intrusive-r]-3SG.MASC less of.ART.PL 'l' double.>
Leafoosish has been changed a little. The spelling is a little different: the "w" and "y" are used a little differently; "dd" is spelled "dh"; and things like that [literally, closer to "like them there"]. As well, there are fewer double l's.

Sŵr twt, es l'yspelase ply pros a selâ le cymrés, idwafman eseptant li »dh«.
<over all, be.3SG.PRS ART.DEF=spelling more close to/at DEM.DIST ART.MASC 'Welsh', obvious.ADV except.PROG ART.PL 'dh'.>
Above all, the spelling is closer to that of Welsh, obviously excepting the "dh".
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Linguanist » Sun 16 Sep 2012 9:27 pm

Tjo plasj j prononj par-ke tjo krede ke tj'esse plu sjmpljstjk.
(I placed the pronouns for-that I believe that it is more simple.)

Tjo plasj j letr 'j' par-ke ........ tjo no save...!
(I placed the letter 'j' for-that ........ I no know....!)
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Linguanist » Sun 16 Sep 2012 9:45 pm

Harú, igh m'haís Linguanist end dit ith máin noúe sprúigh. Es z'haís Mhuí.

(Hello, I me call Linguanist and this is my new speech. It it call 'Ours')

This is my first attempt at a Gaelic-style Germanic language.

'r' is pronounced 'L'
'gh' is pronounced 'ch' as in loch
'mh' is pronounced as a very slight 'w'
'th' is pronounced as a very light 't'
'zh' is pronounced as a very slight 'y'
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby decemarietis » Mon 17 Sep 2012 9:02 pm

Linguanist wrote:Tjo plasj j prononj par-ke tjo krede ke tj'esse plu sjmpljstjk.
(I placed the pronouns for-that I believe that it is more simple.)

Tjo plasj j letr 'j' par-ke ........ tjo no save...!
(I placed the letter 'j' for-that ........ I no know....!)


Ao prifiri 'i' qua 'j', let cuentri ní Romanceje!
I prefer 'i' to 'j', it doesn't look like Romance!
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Tikolm » Tue 18 Sep 2012 1:45 am

decemarietis wrote:Ao prifiri 'i' qua 'j', let cuentri ní Romanceje!
I prefer 'i' to 'j', it doesn't look like Romance!
Mei alsi, swi seo an acordh!
<1SG.OBL as, be.1SG.PRS 1SG.NOM on agreement!>
Me too, I agree!
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