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Dalths techetneketh, Jaushwats!

Chak GÚarthšinsad nsŘ, sÝ la ÷šket chÝ falsÝv chauk m÷lkarharsaung
sfanteraung knÝ÷r. Makhlama la, gŘ ÷šek lÝ makhlamal se ezgaub÷thset Ýe chau
m÷lkarharsaub ÷škelaraub, m÷lkarharsaub karteselat÷iraub chau,  Úsh ba
Ýagauvel hauktausef sho, ren. SÝ la, gŘ h÷i cha išpfesensat sÝrfÝnat
÷škelanat chau m÷lkarharsaun sfanteraun ÷škelaraun chau zhg÷chezal÷rsaun,
÷šek l÷n makhlamach h÷i s÷i fnišats÷it zšalÝkfoshk÷t÷it haurhpeveth sho,
Ýfa-u ÷vaz. Chi mnÚ÷ks techetnekek la ÷škek chau m÷lkarharsaut
karteselat÷iraut nŘ.


Good day, Josh!

On behalf of the GÚarthšins, let me welcome you to the conlang list. We hope
that you will be willing to tell us more about your lang, Kartesian. I also
think that by beginning your first e-mail in your conlang, you have made us
adopt a good habit. Good look to you with Kartesian.

Kou

> >    O pixi u mote vjooa ot.  Ve alooi te re xevee.  Vjot nii tidi ot.
Ovi
> > kartese penee.  Je moti vjooa re gofii wisaa jera otee.  Rede ve nii
tidi
> > tjese puaa jewee.  O ve se tidi nele emevonaa mole yi.  Tue o gapi yisaa
> > jewe tu.  Eme ot.  Cayi hueea!
> >
> > (Hello!
> >
> >    I am new to this list.  I wanted to say hello.  This is my language.
I
> > call it Kartesian.  I am very happy that I found this list.  I now have
a
> > place to share my language.  I have always liked creating languages.  So
I
> > should have fun here.  That's all.  Good bye!)