That's the way one builds an a priori conlang (known as philosophicalang)...
First define the roots/rules then directly use it to speak....
2017-03-16 12:54 GMT+01:00 stewart fraser <[log in to unmask]>:
> I have never done this, although it has crossed my mind a few times to
> take something profound … such as the Golden Rule … and then base an entire
> conlang on it by making the Golden Rule equate to a quick-brown-fox
> Alphabetical order would also follow the quick-brown-fox sentence order.
> > On Mar 16, 2017, at 5:26 PM, James Campbell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Charlie wrote:
> > I am trying to compose a quick-brown-fox sentence in Senjecas. My
> problem is that they never turn out as succinct as the one in English. Have
> any of you done this? If so, please share. I realize that your conlang
> example won't translate into Senjecas. Still they might be of some help.
> Examples in natlangs might be helpful as well.
> > <<
> > Some years ago, I made the following pangram for my conlang Jameld:
> > Jex, bihapi grundwoles aquzü mackt an füts̄i yïv.
> > (Translation: “Today, piled-up bluebottles still make a cute gift.”)
> > Note that not all of Jameld’s accented letters are used, as they are not
> considered separate letters but variants. However, TS̄ is included, as this
> is considered to be the 20th letter of the 27-letter Jameld alphabet.
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