En réponse à Robert Hailman <[log in to unmask]>: > > I've taken a look at it, and it looks really nice. I don't know enough > about Latin or the Romance languages to comment on it much, but if I > come across something that doesn't seem right I'll tell you about it. I > haven't yet. > > One thing I'd like to see is a chart of the sound changes employed > between Latin and Reman, if there is one I must've missed it. > The point is that there is none: I didn't devise Reman by deriving words from Latin through sound changes, but merely by looking at Latin, French, Spanish, Italian, etc... and try to devise words differently. Also, the grammar was devised as such: "Well, I want to have this feature, let's see how we can mangle Latin so that it appears" :))) Yet I tried to be consistent in my choices, so I think it's not impossible to study Reman and find the sound changes that made Latin evolve into it. But the job of finding those sound changes has yet to be done, and having only one state of the language (the current one) doesn't help. Still it could be interesting... if only I could find an only resource about actual Vulgar Latin pronunciation... I'm devising "Roumant" nearly the same way, except that I don't try to go as far as Reman. "Roumant" is more "classical" as a Romance lang :) . I also try to be more consistent by using what I know about sound changes that made Latin evolve into the different Romance langs. Christophe.