Israel Noletto schrieb:
> 1st (choices 1 through 3) Why have you started conlanging?
( ) Professional Purposes
( ) Influence from others
As I said before, I have always found words more intersting than
numbers. Eventually I found M. Rosenfelder's "Language Construction Kit"
by looking for stuff about Tolkien's languages back in 2003 and gave it
> 2nd (choices 4 through 10) What linguistic mechanisms have you applied when conlanging?
( ) Studies on Sound Change
( ) Studies on Analogical Change
( ) Studies on Semantic Change
( ) Studies on Syntactic Change
( ) Studies on Borrowing
( ) Studies on the Comparative Method for Language (Re)construction
(X) Studies on Linguistic Classification
It's sad, but I haven't yet read up on language change. I probably should do that. But then, I haven't managed to finish reading "Describing Morphosyntax" in 4 years :\
> 3rd Your conlang is... (choices 11 through 15)
(X) A priori
( ) A posteriori
( ) Auxlang
( ) Engelang
Yeah. It's what it is. And besides, it's still underdocumented.
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