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Od: Andrew Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Do: Multiple recipients of list CONLANG <[log in to unmask]>
Data: 18 grudnia 1998 04:37
Temat: Re: slavics


>On Thu, 17 Dec 1998, James Campbell wrote:
>
>> Esperanto has many Slavic influences. As far as Slavic conlangs go, th=
ere
>> is my Sevorian ("North Slavic"), and I think Jan Havlis^' extensive wo=
rks
>> are Slavic too. I'd be interested to hear of any other Slavic-based
>> conlangs. On a related subject, are there any other Germanic-based
conlangs
>> out there?
>>
>For several years now I have been keeping a diary written in a version o=
f
>Old English derived from Stephen Pollington's Wordcraft written in an
>orthography that I refined as I went along.  I decided recently to start
>ordering it into a legible form, a slow task as it means working out wha=
t
>I said and what I meant.  Some day I might post bits of its grammar.
>
>Occasionally I borrow a Church Slavonic grammar from the university
>library - but so far its phonology and its paradigms daunt me from
>constructing a language from that source.
>
yeah...
slavics are not very popular as foerign languages...
they're hard!
but i'm not endangered - i'm slavic ^_^