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> Of course it's ok - if you are satisfied with it. It's just that a lot
> of conlangers really like getting deeper and deeper into linguistics,
> learning a lot as we go on. A lot of people even go and study linguistics
> at a university, at least partly because of conlanging. Without knowledge
> of linguistics and languages, most conlangs are simply English with all the
> words replaced with funny sequences of letters and apostrophs (or any other
> language you happen to know - my first language was based on French). Anyway,
> a little learning never hurt.
>
I think I resent this assertion.

:->

Rik, currently unencumbered with an advanced education, but hoping to
cure this malaise in the near-to-mid future.

> But if you will let us have as many conversations that feature linguistic
> terminology, we won't berate you when you design a grammatical structure
> without word-formation or sentence-formation.
>
>
> Boudewijn Rempt  | http://www.valdyas.org
>