I've been looking into Arabic morphology with the
"binyanim" and so forth.  I was wondering how the
worldlangers go about incorporating Arabic words into
their schemes.  How do you decide which binyan to
take: kitab or kaatab?  Also, do you take any affixes
from Arabic?

The other thing that struck me in looking at the
variety of the world's languages, is just how much
knowledge of different language groups in needed to
build a worldlang.  It's going to be a huge
engineering task..

Kordiale, James Chandler
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