Indo-European conlangs

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AvisVolans
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Indo-European conlangs

Postby AvisVolans » 2021-06-17, 18:49

Hello,
I thought it would be good to post some sources and techniques for creating languages based on LIE (Late Indo-European).

LIE is one of to languages which directly evolved from PIE (Proto-Indo-European). It is the ancestor of all modern IE languages and therefore perfect for constructing new languages.
A big benefit of LIE compared to PIE is, that it uses an easily understandable orthography and not the strange superior H's for aspiration and the laryngals (H1, H2, H3) ...

*bʰréH₂ter --> bhrātēr
Deutsch (de)native English (en)B2 Dansk (da)A1 Latina (la)quite good Español (es)A1 Gàidhlig (gd)just a bit

AvisVolans
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Re: Indo-European conlangs

Postby AvisVolans » 2021-06-17, 18:52

Deutsch (de)native English (en)B2 Dansk (da)A1 Latina (la)quite good Español (es)A1 Gàidhlig (gd)just a bit


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