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I'm sorry to have angered you! Accessibility and so on have not been a 
major concern up to this point in the process - I was just trying to 
make it exist at all!


On 2018/04/26 17:06, Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews wrote:
> No way to download the article. Create a website.
>
> On 4/26/18, The Scribbler
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> English actually also lets you separate these out, though it’s less natural:
>> I sent Jim the ball by kicking it.
>>
>>
>> It struck me that the more obvious rewrite simply adds the dropped
>> preposition: I kicked the ball to Jim.
>>
>> In English, when  you drop a preposition, a lot of time it repositions the
>> natural location of the object.
>>
>>
>>      On Thursday, April 26, 2018, 3:12:07 PM MDT, Aidan Aannestad
>> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>
>>   I've written a rather long thing (fifteen full pages in Google Docs)
>> about lexical typology -
>> https://docs.google.com/document/d/13EfxlxUSGctXuE_vRGiTYXrqYOBC07TmWSRfY_mXU_I/edit?usp=sharing.
>>
>> It's not fully complete (there's two sections left to write, and I'd
>> like to polish and reformat it in LaTeX eventually), but I'd love some
>> comments on it now anyway. (The document is set up to allow anyone to
>> comment right on it, if you want to.)
>>
>> The introduction explains it better than I can in any other way -
>>
>> "This article is largely an attempt to break down, process and
>> regurgitate the contents of Leonard Talmy’s article ‘Lexical Typologies’
>> in /Language Typology and Syntactic Description, volume 3//./ I bought
>> this book on recommendation from the Conlanger’s Library for totally
>> different reasons, and this particular article has blown my mind so wide
>> open that I had to sit down and rewrite its contents for myself to even
>> begin to wrap my head around the whole new world it’s presented to me.
>> I’ve largely kept to the structure of his article, but I’ve inserted
>> comments relevant to conlanging here and there, and added some natlang
>> examples from my own experience and reading. Hopefully this rewriting
>> proves as helpful to others to read as it is to me to write - and
>> certainly, the information here is revolutionising my conlanging. There
>> are huge opportunities here for extremely inventive and deeply
>> flavourful conlanging, in ways that have to the best of my knowledge
>> have remained mostly unexplored so far. "
>>
>> I'm not quite sure what to do with this article, honestly. I don't have
>> a personal website to upload it to, and I've submitted to Fiat Lingua so
>> recently that my article is still the current issue (plus, this one is a
>> reprocessing of someone else's article and not by any means an original
>> creation). I probably ought to get a personal website at some point, if
>> I keep doing these things, though! If I don't, though, I'm not sure
>> where to put it - I'd welcome suggestions!
>>