Sounds of the world, again

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Sounds of the world, again

Postby Egein » 2005-07-20, 21:55

I was wondering if anyone was interested in seeing conlangs appear in the sounds of the world section. This would be good since we always see conlangs but never hear them.

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Ulin ipånesin i eistus Eungeinte lipes toide nåmn oğ „isge ełton“. Osa lipen osa oğ disgos ůside ohode irenti (toi gosetise at ersa) iolas oimmu naila egeinte i higideni egeinte aggelsius, o ontan ůgesomen i undepsigsen ulme lehume pon toia ox leitlos ësnesis egeintes epnolas. Meis dogga ose elłon oitsalen toi utte pongomepesime oppa toge leut ose luddas, egg sepsisen te! Da oğ o diallegsen toge naila egeinte ome. Ulmora oğ hulů innnedůs isgu, ut ůgusone? Munidonin i toira o livi peidasti ůgusone agelen settin.

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And well, sounds of the world is to show the sounds of the languages (of the world) and so a conlang is a constructed LANGUAGE and is not lesser of a language than any other, unless it lacks a whole verbal system.
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Postby Egein » 2005-07-20, 22:05

I decieded I would do it in esperanto too:


Hi friends!Welcome to the new UniLang project, called "Sounds of the World". This project consists of the recording of a small piece of text (that which you are listening to now) with the intention to present the sound of each language to language students, because we believe strongly in the importance of a good pronunciation to make communication in a foreign language possible. Perhaps you encounter sounds here which don't represent those you have already learned. But don't worry! This is because of the dialects that each language has. It's always favourable to hear a native person speak, isn't it? We hope you find this project useful in your learning.Goodbye


Halo vriendaj, benkomaj al nova projecta Unilang sondoj del verlda. Ce projecta consista de recordingaj de en smal piej de texti (que iu...............................
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Postby Egein » 2005-07-20, 22:06

god I find myself funn :!: :P :wink:
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Postby JackFrost » 2005-07-20, 22:15

Egein wrote:god I find myself funn :!: :P :wink:

Pis niaiseux mais cute. ;)

Keep going...I can't help you yet with these. :P
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Postby Stan » 2005-07-20, 23:03

Egein wrote:I decieded I would do it in esperanto too:


Hi friends!Welcome to the new UniLang project, called "Sounds of the World". This project consists of the recording of a small piece of text (that which you are listening to now) with the intention to present the sound of each language to language students, because we believe strongly in the importance of a good pronunciation to make communication in a foreign language possible. Perhaps you encounter sounds here which don't represent those you have already learned. But don't worry! This is because of the dialects that each language has. It's always favourable to hear a native person speak, isn't it? We hope you find this project useful in your learning.Goodbye


Halo vriendaj, benkomaj al nova projecta Unilang sondoj del verlda. Ce projecta consista de recordingaj de en smal piej de texti (que iu...............................

that is definitely NOT esperanto! LOL
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Postby Egein » 2005-07-20, 23:06

It's ....it was ....ah..never mind.
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Postby Stan » 2005-07-20, 23:08

Egein wrote:It's ....it was ....ah..never mind.

sorry. :oops:
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Postby Egein » 2005-07-21, 0:47

Well anyways, I made the recording and it's very nice now!

So if someone wanted to put a conlang section (where there wouldn't necessairly be a need for flags, since my conlang is a conlang, not a conworldlang something), I'm all ready and happy!
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Postby Strigo » 2005-07-21, 2:06

Egein wrote:Well anyways, I made the recording and it's very nice now!

So if someone wanted to put a conlang section (where there wouldn't necessairly be a need for flags, since my conlang is a conlang, not a conworldlang something), I'm all ready and happy!


I'd like to see conlangs recorded in Sounds of the World... but I know some people would find it absurd and unnecesary, so we should ask to the boss xD. And what was that text seemingly simmilar to Esperanto :P
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Postby Egein » 2005-07-21, 3:33

I was just mocking esperanto! :oops:
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Postby Leviwosc » 2005-07-29, 21:16

I think it's fun to have a sounds of the world section for conlangs.

I would like to do it for Canis :)

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