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Offline Cobra!

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Re: Studies Toward a Descriptive Grammar of Phantomilian
« Reply #20 on: February 14, 2019, 01:55:59 PM »
What you have proposed seems like a very workable solution. I do tend to overcomplicate things, and if demonstrative examples are enough, I will be happy to oblige. Perhaps once I finish the chapter section I am working on now, which goes into general principles of the grammar that will hopefully help to parse out individual words and functions of morphemes, I can put together a Memrise course based on what is clear and unambiguous so far while the rest of the lexicon begins to come together.

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Awesome! Looking forward to it!  :D

I can be a tester for the course if you ever make one, if you wish.  :)

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Re: Studies Toward a Descriptive Grammar of Phantomilian
« Reply #21 on: August 15, 2019, 01:21:16 AM »
Whoa, that's some hardcore dedication to figuring out a fictional language!
And that's just the spoken language, what about tying written phantomillian to spoken?  :sick:
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