Andrew Strader wrote: >>> Hi, I searched the archive for this topic, but with no luck. I wonder if anyone has experience with designing a language with a minimal grammar, that is, with the fewest number of rules, but with which it is still possible to construct all correct sentences. <<< Depends what you mean by grammar! My Telona has a very simple *syntax*, with no distinctions between parts of speech, but naturally that shifts the burden of communication from the syntax onto the lexical domain. (Incidentally, re: your last clause, I'm not sure that it's possible to construct a syntactically *in-*correct sentence in Telona...hmmm.) I have the webspace from Christophe (merci!) - now if I can just pin the damn' thing down, I can start giving Telona some web presence ... not long now! Jonathan. 'O dear white children casual as birds, Playing among the ruined languages...' Auden/Britten, 'Hymn to St. Cecilia'