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From: "Jesse Bangs" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 4:18 PM


> > I would like to introduce me and my language. My name is Joseph Hill, I
> > live in england and am actually only 13 (please don't dismiss me for
> > that)
>
> Welcome, Joseph!  We have lots of youngsters here on the list, so don't
> feel bad.  You're close to the youngest person on the list, though . . .
> I think there's another 13 year old hiding around here somewhere, a
> newcomer.
>
> > I have translated the tower of babel text into Montanian and Behold,
> here
> > it is...
> > (1) Sullim zaka mimu damu pirana. . . .
> > <SNIP>
>
> My first impression of this is that your language is very beautiful.  How
> is it pronounced?
>
>

Thanks, and the answer to your question is: with difficulty

Most of the letters are pronounced how they would be in english, the main
exception is (lh) it is pronounced as l but with rounded lips...but I just
say lw in front of a vowel and lu in front of a consonant.