WallOfStuff wrote:Not sure if this is the right section for this. But anyway, I've recently decided to go back into learning languages. One of my goals besides learning natlangs and possibly making a conlang is to learn a conlang as well. Rather than just pick one that's well-known among the language enthusiasts, I want to help someone on here by learning some of their conlang. Having another speaker can help find anything that needs to be fixed as well.
However, I'd like to learn a conlang from someone who at least sort of knows what they're doing. I prefer something that isn't a creole or heavily based on a particular natlang. Also, it'd be cool if we could talk on Skype or something similar, so we can have real-time conversations and stuff.
If interested in having another speaker of your conlang, send me a message or post here. :3
There are some pages available, if you go to the Link Your Conlangs topic (or you can see more about Harākti here and Laefêvëši here. I also have a quick introductory video about Laefêvëši on YouTube - you can watch it here. You should definitely check those out before trying anything with my conlangs - they aren't intended to be IAL's so don't expect simplicity.benjamino59 wrote:I'm also interested in learning a conlang. Aschucky, both your languages sound interesting. Do you mind posting some of the grammar?
hashi wrote:An yogeiya tas, evi stat eg Niđalosu opri or onšoem tog il yomakevu asiyo. Mo so oš tasita, an mo eg sravi i negau okvali, i anu koal os, moa šitamunu kendiša.
I'd offer but I have neither the time nor patience to teach anyone Niđalos. If you were really that keen I could send you the materials and answer questions when I'm around haha.
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