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hsteoh wrote:
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> On Tue, Nov 14, 2000 at 06:42:33AM -0500, The Gray Wizard wrote:
> [snip]
> > Sigh!  I can't help but envy you prolific conlangers who are able to
create
> > so many languages.  I've got only one that I think qualifies as more than
a
> > sketch and have been struggling to get on other off the ground.
> [snip]
>
> Heh. And I'm the kinda guy who gets so many ideas but let most of them
> drop because I'm too perfectionist (everything must either be perfect, or
> not be at all). In fact, right now, my conlang is languishing in a dead
> end, because I'm less than happy about the phonology, not quite sure that
> I like the existing verb inflection patterns, and don't know what to do
> about it. :-(
>
>
> T

    Hello again "peeps" ("I peep, you peep, we all peep into lighted
brainyboxes...")
    I have also the same sorta problems plus recent emotional problems (that
I wont go into as it has nothing to do with Conlanging or this list).
    Viivo is on major back burner (put on hold).
    I am thinking of making a different ConLang based more on what I know
better: a Topic-Comment syntax language (i.e. ASL [American Sign Language])
with Pidgin polyglot "Inglis" lexikon. (A direct inspiration is Richard
Harrison's Zengo: http://www.rick.harrison.net/langlab)
     As of yet my latest ConLang-@-large is not named.
    More info as I work it out more. If any of you like to help me find a
good polyglot dictionary or two (hard-copy [book form] is preferred as my ISP
is rather hinky & prone to disconnecting) ... Thanx in advance to those who
put some Time & Space into this Matter on my behalf...

    czhang



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