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That is very good, it's more developed than my main project, which I started
when I was about your age, and am still working on now, my 20th birthday is
in Dec. But I never have an occasion to use it in conversation, so I don't
even have a method to say "goodbye" !

On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 7:06 AM, Joseph Allen <
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> (wow that's a lot of replies!)
> Oh my, well, lets try to answer all those wonderful questions!
>
> 1. Daniel Bowman:
> The name I picked for it originaly was "Ruahu", for a small fiction novel I
> created.
> 2. Matthew Turnbull: Well, it is developed enough for "chit-chat" between
> two people to a degree; that is how a lot of the langauge happened aka me
> and a friend would talk. I wrote a dictionary a while back but for the most
> part you could almost say that this language is half "normal".
>  I am going to reply to the rest, but I have to leave (the computer, not
> conlang). A good-bye, for everyone! (for now...):
> Nellsa, vie se visio es vi itintres!. (Godbye, I will see you later!)
>