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Image:Conlangs.png 01/04.  Khacvéq is a fictional language created by members of :: The ArtLangs Community. It is an open collaboration, loosely based on Semitic languages.

Image:Conlangs.png 12/04.  Amja is a North Germanic fictional language created by Kenneth Forsbäck. It is based on the Finland-Swedish dialect spoken by the author, and some of its notable features are how words relate to each other and to emotions, feelings, the body, and the environment around us, and also how it views and handles gender. [Will run once the external site is live and detailed]

Image:Babeltexts.png 12/04.  Dousha Babel Text

Image:Resources.png 12/04.  Canepari IPA (canIPA) is a new phonetic alphabet invented by Luciano Canepari which is many times more accurate than the official IPA. It contains vast improvements over the official IPA's vowel and tone systems. Its descriptive power mainly comes from its more than 1000 symbols, as well as the clear, scientific definitions of the author. While secondary to conlanging, an important facet of this system is the idea of "natural phonetics" which asks practitioners to be very familiar with the exact movements of the phonoarticulatory structure and to be very careful when attempting to record or produce particular sounds.

Image:Blogposts.png 12/04.  Any of you have a conworld? visit here to submit yours...

Image:Neologisms.png 12/04.  Acousticon and Graphicon are two very useful words that every linguist should know.

Image:Neologisms.png 12/04.  Etymography, n. 1. the derivation of a grapheme; 2. an account of the history of a particular grapheme or element of a grapheme.

Image:Neographies.png 12/04.  Ugachiman is an alphabet invented by Patrick J. Dempsey.

Image:Blogposts.png 12/04.  A new movie Rune, features a linguist as its main character and deals largely with the re-construction of the UR-language.

Image:Neographies.png 12/04.  Kharos S'fik Scripts

Image:Babeltexts.png 12/04.  Kharos S'fik Babel Text

Image:Conlangs.png 12/04.  Maríshan is a romance-based conlang. The vocabulary is largely romance based with French being the major contributor. The grammar, however, differs greatly from typical romance languages in that it is OSV in low register form, but variable in higher register form (the order is determined by re-expressed pronouns prior to the verb). Also, unlike most romance languages (which use some form of the plural second person pronoun to express formality), Maríshan uses the register to express formality. The Maríshan/Grammar is also available, though not yet complete, it is sufficient to give the feel of the language, and to illustrate the differences and similarities between Maríshan and the romance languages from which it borrows. For examples of the language in action, see the Maríshan Babel Text, or Maríshan/Texts for a larger example.

Cha'rrev ne krith'llath — cha'berav ne dasharíd!

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