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Something you may want to consider is the 'flavour' or 'image' of your 
conlang, if you want it to have one. For instance, initial nasal plus 
homorganic stop (nd-, mb- etc) tends to give an "Sub-Saharan African" 
flavour (at least to this English speaker), whereas a lang with a consistent 
(V)CV syllable structure and no consonant clusters suggests Polynesia to me, 
and I think many others as well. Just general impressions of course, not 
scientific rules.
Mike
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From: "Joseph Allen" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, October 18, 2009 9:34 PM
Subject: Re: CHAT: Hello Conlang!


> Ok, I need some ideas here. I need some help with choosing some 
> non-english
> phonetic sounds. Any ideas?


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