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Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-07-05, 16:04
by Lippinhoo
Ém, ém. Ëk izémó kécs kósívuksáret, pál ëk këmcag izémuk papagájótet dë tobízet.
No, I have three cats, but I already had a parrot and a guinea pig.

A vög ón ëkbal döbém huzótsár hólbközsó hazlámégét elénézs naturálabal.
The person after me thinks that animals live better when free in nature.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-07-14, 4:55
by Llawygath
Otthav lanti zi fuzëp.
Only wild animals.

Kofîr ev pêthok šifo mi pa rat so fîr li gu mran šov katëp.
The person after me has a rat that is as big as a cat.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-07-15, 9:14
by Levike
Legóhó tres egerés miker? :)
Why would I have a rat?

Jerem ége túr katrófes egótép liki rubalkaló liki éva.
The person after me loves a good sea with good sand.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-07-21, 5:48
by Llawygath
Voifîr xelwyfëp o fxisëp gu łnyž.
Beaches and sand are good.

Ne kosbîfisor pêthaž šifo mi so depîfbłevisir.
The person after me does not believe that it is possible to read minds.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-09-03, 19:48
by Levike
Intége íme tébedáli ló tebló éveóri.
I think one day it will be possible.

Jerem ége túr katrófes grefítihát.
The person after me loves graffiti.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-11-06, 21:35
by Lippinhoo
Gësz, ëk hómosném a nodárëket!
Yes, I love graffiti!

A vög ón némbe örzaszák a lyákadukótet sivëg.
The person after me loves the urban landscape.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-11-07, 18:03
by Dormouse559
De chìt c'i à. Su en promen-äde avouè de bon-i·z amŷi, j'lamou biè lou päyzajou urbã. Mä approuvä a trouvä en cren-èl a çantri-vîl me peu mettre de movîz'umeui.
[dəˈkit ˈkja | sɥɛ̃.pʁo.mŋ̩ˈɛː.də əˈvwe de.bõ.i.zəˈmiː.ji ˈʑla.mu ˈbje lu.pɛː.jiˈza.ʑu yˈbɑ | ˈmɛː ap.pʁuˈvɛː a.tʁuˈvɛː ɛ̃.kʁŋ̩ˈɛl əˈsɑ̃.tʁi ˈviːl me.pøˈmɛt.tʁə de.mo.viː.zyˈmø.i]
Sometimes. When I'm walking around with some good friends, I like the urban landscape. But trying to find a parking space downtown can ruin my mood.

La parson-e chi me sì l'a condrà d'animeùt de compagnî.
[la.paˈsõ.ə ki.məˈsi la.kɔ̃ˈdʁa da.niˈmœt de.kɔ̃.pəˈɲiː]
The person after me has a lot of pets.

Gonna leave some reflexes of sequor here so I don't forget them: INF - sîvre; 1SG - jou sì, 2SG - tu sìt, 3SG - eu sì; PST_PTCP M - sìt, F - sitte

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-11-17, 15:16
by Lippinhoo
Gëş, ëk völg a koşvlak ban éb a ğóroklak igém.
Yes, I have four cats and two dogs

A vağul ón némbe a bódrumat şözdëvatök a diaļékdele, a rëkorddele, a ştilindele mişban ketéb a gádnekşi a rumalak, ban standard a benşaratëstu.
The person after me has created a conlang with dialects, registers, styles or other forms of language, as well as a standard variety.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2017-12-12, 5:16
by Dormouse559
Jou travvaillou toudjoùr la forme standarte de ma conlemme, mæ l'i-y-a san doutti condrà de jalèt. L'e-tçou qui s'passe jenereumàn can-t-en-'lemme la s'predje o montægne.
[ʑu.tʁaˈva.ʎu tuˈʑuʁ ləˈfɔʁ.mə stɑ̃ˈdaʁ.tə de.ma.kŋ̩ˈlɛm.mə | ˈmɛː li.ja.sɑ̃ˈdut.ti kɔ̃ˈdʁa de.ʑəˈlɛt | lɛt.tsu.kiˈspas.sə ʑe.ne.ʁəˈmɑ̃ kɑ̃.tŋ̩ˈlɛm.mə ləˈspʁɛd.dʑə o.mɔ̃ˈtɛː.ɲə]
I'm still working on the standard form of my conlang, but there are without a doubt many dialects. That's what generally happens when a language is spoken in the mountains.

La parson-e qui me sì l'a-t-eccrìt d'la poezî ou d'la muzique den sui conlæmme.
[la.paˈsõ.ə ki.məˈsi la.tɛˈkʁit dla.po.əˈziː u.dla.myˈzi.kə dɛ̃.sɥi.kŋ̩ˈlɛːm.mə]
The person after me has written poetry or music in their conlang.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-01-26, 6:59
by Dormouse559
Joü j'æ fè d'esperiyanche avè læ poezî silvæze, mæ j'i-y encontræ de ma par çou ca jou veu-rreconchiillî la-fforme traddichon-elle de Franse e d'Itaille avè en fonolojî qu'la disten la couantetæ voquellique e la-cconson-e douvlâ.
[ˈʑœː ʑɛˈfe de.spe.ʁiˈjɑ̃ɲ.ɕə əˈve lɛː.po.əˈziː siˈvɛː.zə | ˈmɛː ʑi.jɛ̃ŋ.kɔ̃ˈtʁɛː dəˈma paʁ.su.ka.ʑu.vœʁ.ʁe.kɔ̃ɲ.ɕiˈʎiː laˈfɔʁ.mə trad.di.ɕŋ̩ˈɛl.lə dəˈfʁɑ̃n.sə e diˈtaʎ.ʎə əˈve ɛ̃ɱ.fo.no.ləˈʑiː kla diˈstɛ̃n la.kwɑ̃n.təˈtɛː vo.kɛˈli.kə e lak.kɔ̃ˈsõ.ə duˈvlɑː]
I've experimented with Silvish poetry, but I had some trouble because I want to reconcile the traditional forms of France and Italy with a language that distinguishes vowel and consonant length.

La parson-e qu'la me sì la manje en sandwich den çæ momanti.
la.paˈsõ.ə kla.məˈsi ləˈmɑ̃ɲ.ʑə ɛ̃n.sɑ̃ˈdwiɕ dɛ̃n.sɛː.məˈmɑ̃n.ti]
The person after me is eating a sandwich right now.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-09, 22:32
by hashi
Mayađ eg kendiđu tika onoršo. Evi, sou siyo. Kou ne nokatapran orna tog, đia iditou tapa tapriđa se ;)
Replying to yourself is a little sad. But no I'm not. It is almost lunchtime so I maybe will have a sandwich ;)

Štei alna kit "idito" po yovana vartu ma asiyo đo, koey kendi or sou ukviya seta kan.
The person after me doesn't have a word for "sandwich" so now has to make one in order to reply to this.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-09, 22:50
by Salajane
Ti y lafo. Mi ne mero salixi nuuni. Mi loojn-to nuu. To y k'uwpi.
You are right. I didn't have the word till now. I created it now. It's k'uwpi.

Taw mo ele venk'a kasoq filmese.
The person after me likes watching films.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-10, 1:23
by Dormouse559
hashi wrote:Mayađ eg kendiđu tika onoršo.
Replying to yourself is a little sad.

:(

En foro en-attivou m' ran tristou.
[ɛ̃.fəˈʁo ẽ.aˈti.vu ˈmʁɑ̃ŋ ˈtʁi.stu]
An inactive forum makes me sad.

Eu souffí pa d' attandre deu ssamman-e ?
[ø.suˈfi ˈpa daˈtɑ̃n.dʁə dœs.sɑ̃ˈmɑ̃.ə]
Two weeks isn't long enough to wait?

Irusia wrote:Taw mo ele venk'a kasoq filmese.
The person after me likes watching films.

Wes, j' amou sur toú lou ffilmou sianche fitcho e fantasticou. Jou considerou allee vezê « En plé den lê tansi ».
[ˈwɛs | ˈʑa.mu syˈtu luˈfil.mu siˈɑ̃ɲ.ɕə fiˈɕo e.fɑ̃n.təˈsti.ku | ʑu.kɔ̃n.siˈde.ʁu aˈlɛː vəˈzɛː ɛ̃ˈple dẽ.lɛˈtɑ̃n.si]
Yes, I especially like science-fiction and fantasy movies. I'm thinking about going to see "A Wrinkle in Time."

La parson-e qui me sí avvete lou dJeut olempicou.
[la.paˈsõ.ə ki.məˈsi aˈve.tə luˈʑœt o.lɛ̃ˈpi.ku]
The person after me is watching the Olympics.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-10, 1:44
by hashi
Veh. Ana honiu dusoni taraga undiker đo, sou usgađo po.
Nope. My country doesn't do well at winter sports so I think it's pointless.

Štei alna kit sosagu vromiyo.
The person after me doesnt like summer.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-10, 6:47
by Dormouse559
Par fran predjii, jou preferou pa en-e seezo ou l'otre, mee hacc'en-e l'a queuc'rii qui me plí e queuc'rii qui m'ennerve.
[paʁ.fʁɑ̃m.pʁɛˈʑiː ʑu.pʁəˈfe.ʁu ˈpa ẽ.e.sɛˈzo uˈlo.tʁə ˈmɛː haˈkẽ.ə la.kəˈkʁiː ki.məˈpli e.kəˈkʁiː ki.mɛ̃ˈnɛʁ.və]
I don't really prefer one season or another, but there's something about each one that I like and something I can't stand.

Resamman, la parson-e qui me sí l'ett allaa a en-i muzee.
[ʁe.sɑ̃ˈmɑ̃ŋ la.paˈsõ.ə ki.məˈsi lɛt.taˈlɑː a.ẽ.i.myˈzɛː]
The person after me recently went to a museum.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-10, 7:27
by Koko
Det. Eseva en piosun opo kanartu, simdingi dessaje joyo.
[dætʰ | ˈʔɛsevɐ en ˈpʰiːosun ˌopo kʰɐˈnɑrtu ˈsimdɪŋi ˈdesːɑʒe ˈd͡ʒojo]
Nah, I've been to the one here a lot. It doesn't change that much.

Hengprevio soguan kymar tal dallobtagmar abbio uve fikkennu.
[ˈhɛŋpr̥ɛvio soˈgwɑˑn kçiːˈmɑr tʰʌɭ dɑlˈlob̥tʌgmɑˑˈrɑbːio ʔuve ˈfikkenːu]
The person after me has noticed that they get bored easily.


(OT: i think that is the most complex ipa transcription of isiota i've ever done and i kinda like it (on impulse)... might expand on it)

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-02-10, 17:44
by Dormouse559
Koko wrote:Hengprevio soguan kymar tal dallobtagmar abbio uve fikkennu.
[ˈhɛŋpr̥ɛvio soˈgwɑˑn kçiːˈmɑr tʰʌɭ dɑlˈlob̥tʌgmɑˑˈrɑbːio ʔuve ˈfikkenːu]
The person after me has noticed that they get bored easily.

Jou dîrê pa çê. Janrelleman, jou me sê-y occupê. S' que jou treûvou en-e tahhe en-uiyante, jou comensîyê a considerê ma conlenve ou queuqu' rî qu' otrou qui m' entresse par passê lou tant.
[ʑu diˈʁɛː ˈpa ˈsɛː | ʑɑ̃.ʁɛl.ləˈmɑ̃ŋ ʑu.me.sɛː.jɔk.kyˈpɛː | ske.ʑuˈtʁœː.vu ẽ.əˈtah.hə ẽ.ɥiˈjɑ̃n.tə | ʑu.ko.mɛ̃n.siˈjɛː a.kɔ̃n.si.dəˈʁɛː ma.kŋ̩ˈlɛ̃ɱ.və u.kəˈkʁiː ˈko.tʁu ki.mɛ̃ˈtʁɛs.sə paʁ.paˈsɛː luˈtɑ̃nt]
I wouldn't say that. Generally, I'm able to occupy myself. If I find a task boring, I start thinking about my conlang or something else that interests me to pass the time.
:hmm:

La parson-e qui me sí l' a de poulê majicou.
[la.paˈsõ.ə ki.məˈsi la.de.puˈlɛː məˈʑi.ku]
The person after me has magic powers.


Koko wrote:(OT: i think that is the most complex ipa transcription of isiota i've ever done and i kinda like it (on impulse)... might expand on it)

Etçellan ! Contenwe.
[ɛt.tsɛˈlɑ̃ŋ | kɔ̃ˈtẽ.wə]
Excellent! Keep it up.

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-03-17, 14:55
by Toadino2
Can't write in the original script, so I'll go for the phonetic transcription. Hope I did understand the game.
/'ʔ:ɞs 'ʔ:əʔ 'hɯɸʌ˩ɐ 'ɨhiɸɐ 'ʔ:ɛð 'paɦ/
If saying silly things is magic, I have it.

'pɛð 'ɐ↓θəɦɨð 'ɯpið: 'ʌ↑pʉɸ
Does the person after me have a tree at home?

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-03-17, 17:12
by Dormouse559
Heum, en ambrou ha mmê ? J' ê queuque-z ambrou u tour de ma mêzo. L' en a l' avan e en-e doujen-e u drer.
[ˈhœm ŋ̩ˈɑ̃m.bʁu hɑ̃ˈmɛː | ʑɛː.kø.kəˈzɑ̃m.bʁu yˈtuʁ de.ma.mɛˈzo | ˈlɛ̃ŋ a.ləˈvɑ̃ŋ e.ẽ.e.duˈʑẽ.ə yˈdʁɛʁ]
Hmm, a tree at home? I have some trees around my house. One out front and a dozen or so out back.

La parson-e qui me sí l' a-t enveye d' eccrîvre d' istweye den sê conlenve.
[la.paˈsõ.ə ki.məˈsi la.tɛ̃ˈve.jə dɛˈkʁiː.vʁə diˈstwe.jə dɛ̃n.sɛː.kŋ̩ˈlɛ̃ɱ.və]
The person after me wants to write stories in their conlang.



EDIT:
J' oubliyou ma bbon-e mman-iye. Byenven-u, Toadino2.
[ʑuˈbli.ju mab.bõ.ɛ̃m.mŋ̩ˈi.jə | bjɛ̃ɱ.vŋ̩ˈy]
Where are my manners? Welcome, Toadino2.

J' eppeyou plû-z apprandre sur tê conlenve.
[ʑɛˈpe.ju plyː.zaˈpʁɑ̃n.dʁə syʁ.tɛː.kŋ̩ˈlɛ̃ɱ.və]
I look forward to learning more about your conlang.
:)

Re: The person after me II

Posted: 2018-03-18, 20:29
by Linguist
Ir jiabe ney kav Italyaye has; öjoyo ney es opu kav.
On one side, they are from Italy [and I guess part from England]; on the other, they are from here.

Kůþpobb dla len ęšþåv bukbǔk řu söfřǐð.
The person after me wants to start teaching their conlang to another.