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On Sat, 9 Jul 2011 12:04:46 -0400, Christian Thalmann <[log in to unmask]> 
wrote:

>I'm not a fan of auxlangs in general, but I must say I find the Ceqli webpage
>quite adorable.  Maybe it's just the comics :), but I also find the phonology 
and
>the syllable structure quite elegant. It allows you more freedom than the 
more
>conventional CVCV-style syllables, but there's the occasional "ugly" word 
(like
>zban) that I would personally try to avoid. I guess you can't be too picky,
>though, since you don't have arbitrarily many syllables, and thus 
morphemes, to
>work with.
>
>Given that you're using some phonemic contrasts that are hard for certain
>people to distinguish (such as L vs R, or J vs C), do you have suggestions on
>how those might be circumvented without creating ambiguity?

http://ceqliblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/questions-and-answers.html
>
>Good choice of -i as the feminine marker, I think -a is vastly overrated in 
that
>context, and I prefer -i as well.  ;o)

Me, too.  I got the notion from Hindi.  And note that it's a 'submorpheme,' just 
a mnemonic really.