On Sun, Sep 08, 2002 at 12:08:21PM +0200, Roberto Suarez Soto wrote: > Do you have a "standard" structure for documents explaining your > conlangs? I.e.: first pronunciation and phonology, then grammar; inside > of grammar, first the verbs and then the rules relative to nouns, etc. [snip] I don't know if there is a "standard" order; for me, I try to arrange it so that there is minimal "forward references". I.e., cover nouns and verbs first, and then sentence structure, and then paragraph structure, etc.. If you're curious, the Ebisedian grammar is here: (PS) http://quickfur.yi.org/~hsteoh/conlang/grammar.ps (PDF) http://quickfur.yi.org/~hsteoh/conlang/grammar.pdf I've tried to arrange it so that the elementary stuff comes first, followed by more complex concepts which build on it. Of course, this isn't 100% possible in Ebisedian, but I've tried, at any rate. :-) T -- Some days, you win; most days, you lose.