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It's really hard to understand what you're writing and to catch your
drift at times, Michael. I don't mean to insult or offend, but could
you please write more coherently?

Eugene

On 5/29/06, Michael Adams <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Some changes in the base language and how used might need to
> happen.
>
> Write and Right, same word, but different spelling, but
> pronounced the same?
>
> So Enscribe?
>
> I do hate to see things like "Perimeter" vs "Edge", but some
> people just got to get fancy. The joy of the English language,
> bastard child of the Germanic/Romance language family..
>
> (Romance cause of all the French root words in the language)..
>
> But heh, we expect people to give up Spanish, so they can be
> "good" Americans, we American English, still is having problems
> deciding if it is French with a Germanic Grammer, or German with
> a French vocabulary? Grin.. Humor is here for this.
>
> But like the argument for Esperanto, why should I give up my
> Germanic Grammer with French vocabulary language that is spoken
> or atleast understood all over the place (for good or worse)
> when I can exchange it for a Romance language for the most part
> called Esperanto?
>
> But heh, people are not known for their logic and good sense..
>
> Conlangs are fun to do, and such, but how much change do they
> have for more than mind/language experiments? I know would love
> to not have to learn some 10 or more different languages get
> anywhere in the world, glad I am not living in India (what some
> 50 official languages, let alone the 200 or so unofficial but
> recognized languages and dielects?).
>
> Why I conlang, to see how language is done and why and .. one
> day have everyone speak mine? Or just understand how hard a
> language can be to come about or made or adopted by others..
> Major part of the geo-political scene for sure..
>
> Like why do people speak English, some it is cause it is their
> native tongue (yes it is mine, just do not always use it how
> others do), some for economic reasons, some for political and
> some as in India just cause its more neutral than some of the
> other languages in India that was once used by one or more of
> the often warring parties..   A form of Sanskrit like how Hebrew
> was done, would be a wierd idea? A ACALANG (academic?) that
> becomes a conlang sort of, and then becomes a NATLANG? Talk
> about word making. NATLANG or Natlang? And yes, I am off to
> sleep soon..
>
> Mike
>