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--- tomhchappell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Thanks for all those suggestions. That gives me a lot
to play around with. :-) I was thinking of doing
something from Project Gutenberg like "Two Years
Before the Mast" or "Moby Dick" or "The Land That Time
Forgot", or the complete works of E.A. Poe. (I happen
to have those texts on my hard drive. ;-)


And Thanbks to David Peterson for the link to the
conlang wiki sentences. More good fuel for the brain
cells.

--gary

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> Interesting question; I don't know the answer yet.
> 
> > So I'd
> > like to ask if anyone has some challenging or
> > difficult sentences that they have collected for
> the
> > purpose of "stress-testing" a grammar to see if it
> > breaks.
> 
> 1) There's an East European cumulative story that,
> IIRC, is about a 
> loaf of bread that I bought for two kopecks but left
> under the seat 
> on the train to Grozny.  Either I've misremembered
> something, or it's 
> just plain hard to find on-line.

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