Dormouse559 wrote:Ugh, I've been changing my conlang's orthography so much lately. And of course all the while I've been posting in it here, so every time I change something I need to decide whether I'll go through and retroactively change what I've posted. It's already hard enough work going through my notes (which have somehow grown into 57 pages of text) adjusting everything.
Dormouse559 wrote:But spreadsheets aren't any fun! And my example sentences rarely correspond one-to-one with my dictionary entries. I guess I could make two documents, but seems that like it would get really cumbersome really fast.
As for interesting phonological features, my conlang doesn't have many if any at all. I want to make a conlang that lasts more than a few months before I start trying to use very exotic sounds. I like being able to pronounce my own conlang. Oh yes, it doesn't seem too strange to me because I speak English natively, but my conlang has /ð/ and /θ/ as phonemes. I'm thinking of having a dialect in which these are realized as /dʰ/ and /tʰ/.Aberacht wrote:What interesting bits of phonology do you guys have in your languages?
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