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Subject/object (+adjective if needed) and then verb (+ tense of verb).


Tisala'e!,
Kristine

On 17 April 2016 at 14:30, Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews <
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> What's the  syntax order?
> subject object verb?
>
>
>
> On 4/17/16, Nina-Kristine Johnson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Daya!
> >
> > The prefixes/suffix thing actually was inspiration from a friend's
> conlang
> > (well, two friends used a similar model, really; 2 different languages,
> one
> > video game series: the Sheikian creator is letting me use his for another
> > piece I am writing that uses *Ehen*í*v *more than 'Author's Native
> > Language, but translated into another by her guide' and it looks like
> > English to the reader. Long story. I'll save for another email).
> >
> > I really wanted to use a similar formula for *Conlang With No Name*.
> >
> > I *tested* Sheikian about 9 years ago. I saw for myself that that
> > particular model worked and also even sounded nice when spoken (I have
> > several *clips* of myself and the creator speaking the language that I
> show
> > people).
> >
> > I was in a sort of *mini-unofficial-Conlang group* in my younger years. I
> > knew these two lads from it. We all made *fan-languages from Legend of
> > Zelda* (I hear the Kokiri creator has been itching to get back to it when
> > she gets some more free time) and compared notes. Lots of fond memories!
> >
> > I digress...
> >
> > *Word order*: I have *noun* and then *verb*.
> >
> > Like in my example *Hapen'kh lu'mai'id* (Cat (female) Sleeping).
> > Technically, with that, you needn't (anyway, that is how I'd like it to
> be
> > structured) utilise *to be* (*is* would be the form of *to be* used for
> > this particular case). *The female cat is sleeping*.
> >
> > I find my model is more like *French* in that way(minus the use of proper
> > sentence structure, *gender* and conjugation of verbs based on case)
> > Despite how good I am with French: I do not wish to copy it in the ways
> > I've listed for a conlang. But, perhaps I would only copy *noun gender*,
> > but, again: this is more like the Sheikian model where it would be
> > *optional
> > *to specify one's gender, unless it's really necessary.
> >
> > Where Sheikian says *female+ [noun] *(Fam'lufau or Wolfess), CWNN
> (Conlang
> > With No Name, let's call it, for now) would be [*Noun] + female
> > *(*hapen'kh*
> >  or *female cat*)
> >
> > The model I based it off of (Sheikian) was a *simpler language* (yet,
> very
> > brilliantly crafted and complex in its own way!), however, the creator
> used
> > *to
> > be*(*b**éa*), etc where I don't. (for the Sheikian example, I'll use a
> > different *animal*, since he doesn't have a word for *cat*)
> >
> > *Madec'cer* (sleep+ 'cer suffix which indicates *verb* *progression*)
> > *Lufau* (Wolf). He does *Verb* and then *noun* (much like you would see
> in
> > English).
> >
> > But one might write *sleeping wolf* differently if used in a proper
> > sentence for Sheikian: *Mar'lufau b**é**a** madec'cer* (The wolf is
> > sleeping).
> >
> > *Conlang With No Name**, it remains unchanged. *The phrase *Hapen'kh
> > lu'mai'id* speaks for itself (my cat hates it when I pass by her and
> > say 'Hapen'kh
> > lu'mai'id!')  *Simpler*.
> >
> > That isn't to say the *people who speak CWNN* are *simple-minded*! They
> > just prefer to *keep it simple*. While the rest of the word has
> spaceships
> > and transporter beams, etc (anyway, they don't know what the rest of the
> > universe has, technology-wise and nor do they care): they prefer a
> simpler,
> > more peaceful existence. They make due, are happy about it and that is
> all
> > that matters to them.
> >
> > The language is in a *foetal* *stage* (is that what you would call it?)
> > After 12 years of *nonstop Ehe**n*í*v*(save for schooling...my freshman
> > year of Uni: I was jotting it down, but after that: *homework, homework,
> > homework! *and then *work, work, work*...): I find creating a new conlang
> > quite difficult, because I have to keep myself from reverting to Ehenív
> > (even writing/speaking *Pirate Dialect* for demo videos is hard after
> > working for so long on *Desert Dialect*).
> >
> > Though I do find *Huttese* a good basis for *pronouns*(despite it
> literally
> > being considered *gibberish* and not an actual Conlang)*. *chufasu* *(LOL
> > in Ehenív).
> >
> > We'll see what happens when it develops more.
> >
> > Tisala'e! (Cheers!),
> > Kristine
> >
> >
> >
> > On 16 April 2016 at 21:04, Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews <
> > [log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >
> >> Are you going to use linguistics books to flesh out the language?
> >>
> >> Interesting prefixes after the root word. What is the word order?
> >>
> >>
> >> How many pronoun cases?
> >>
> >> On 4/16/16, Jörg Rhiemeier <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >> > Hallo conlangers!
> >> >
> >> > On 15.04.2016 19:56, Logan Kearsley wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> Congratulations! Sometimes I kinda wish I had the discipline to work
> >> >> on just one language for 12 years.
> >> >
> >> > I have been working on Old Albic for about 15 years now, though with
> >> > some dabbling in other conlangs, including some related ones (not to
> >> > forget other leisure activities). And I am still working on Old Albic.
> >> > The lexicon still needs a lot of work, texts are to be written, and I
> >> > occasionally even make new discoveries in syntax.
> >> >
> >> > --
> >> > ... brought to you by the Weeping Elf
> >> > http://www.joerg-rhiemeier.de/Conlang/index.html
> >> > "Bêsel asa Éam, a Éam atha cvanthal a cvanth atha Éamal." - SiM 1:1
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >>
> >> Pen Name
> >> Mellissa Green
> >>
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> >> website
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> >> twitter
> >> twitter.com/@abluegreenunivs
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> >>
> >
>
>
> --
>
> Pen Name
> Mellissa Green
>
> Founder of A Blue Green Universe
> website
> www.abluegreenuniverse.com
> twitter
> twitter.com/@abluegreenunivs
> pinterest
> pinterest.com/abluegreen
>