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Yes, I highly recommend sample translations, and break down those
translations with interlinears as you've seen others do on this list.  Show
us how your language works, and try to avoid long lists of grammar rules,
vowels, etc.  In your case, I think specific, concrete examples will be
best.

2012/12/1 Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews <[log in to unmask]>

> Hi, I posted a version of my Yardish languag file, which I plan to revise.
> I wanted to know what was wrong with the list of vowels I posted? Also, in
> writing the description of the language, should I write the grammar rules
> and example sentences?
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> Should I write a description of the language including historical
> information and a sample word list with translation?
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