Turns out I missed conlanging, and as I’ve missed many months of “365 Conlang thingies beyond #Lexember,” I decided in the remains of August, I would cycle through the first 8 months twice of conlang-exercises twice.
And bog help me, it’s Dis-May-course!:
Write a speech, novel, epic poem, folk tale, or chat log a day to fill out your examples of discourse. Or one of the above if you have a real job.
Okay, so I’m going to write a line. In English, there once was a man from Kalakaig… Subject-Object-Verb: [A man from Kalalkaig] [There] [is-past tense-long ago]
You know, I’m going to start with something I have SOME words for.
Okay, here’s some words already in my Lexicon:
kaalopato->fake, poser, someone pretending to be something they’re not, Yellow-face.
gilon-> to shout
baado, baado, “some ancestor way back in the (father’s) line.” “baa, baa” some ancestor you’re not clear on which line.
-ba possessive pronoun
A poser was shouting his pedigree
[Kaalopato] [baa-baa-ba-ne] [past tense-gilon-subject agreement]
Kaalopato baa-baa-ba-ne ulie-Gilon-tyat …
Lazy notes on vowels: ai, i, aa, a, e, ie, u, o, oo (light, chit, car, cat, let, reed, mud, note, roost)
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