In a message dated 06/09/2002 11.48.30 PM, [log in to unmask]

>En réponse à J Y S Czhang <[log in to unmask]>:
>> OBLANG: How the heck to say "conlangine" without stuttering?
>Get used to initial /N/ :)) . I have no problems with them anyway :) .

    Hmm, I have no problem with /N/ initially, it is the /n/ that follows so
closely behind that gets me LOL. I make it sound just like /kon.LaN.iN/ ...
easily confusing with "conlanging" ::wry chagrinning::

Hanuman Zhang {HANoomaan JAHng} /'hanuma~n  dZahN/
en legoset _ creolego _ =
    ¡ gwerra legotaxo sumtotall-morda!
    ¡ banc legoplex poli en-noxa!  creo legoplex !

trans-litteral-slice-ation into English:

in word-set  <vocabulary> Creo-Lego:
    War word-system sum-total(all)-death !
        <fight linguistic extinction!>
    Save language{s} multiple in-danger !  Create language[s]!
"When you lose a language, it's like dropping a bomb on a museum." ~ Kenneth