We talk about ideophones, a fun, fun class of words that describe a general feeling. We also review a language that’s not quite an elflang, so William doesn’t quite hate it.
Top of Show Greeting: Dothraki
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Featured Conlang: Old Albic
I’ve just started listening to your podcast and since I’ve started to listen to your podcast I’ve significantly simplified (lolz paradox/oxymoron) the aspects of the language to just two aspects and all others are implied by lexicon.
However, I’m not too sure about the perfect and imperfect aspect on the present tense along with tenses and aspects on imperatives. Could you help me out a bit there? I don’t want to mess with my verb grammar until I work that out a bit more…Also, I could appreciate it if you make a podcast on grammatical voices. I try to avoid voices mostly because I view them as pointless. How do I do this? Well, I use a person called the fourth person or zero person. This translates roughly into “one; person; people; someone; etc” and extracts the object of the sentence and makes a never mentioned “common-person”. This makes the sentence “The deer was seen by the hunter” literally “The deer seen (by) someone”.No. It isn’t unnatural. Look at Finnic languages. -.-But anyway, I was wondering if you could help me out with the first part and BOW DOWN TO MY AWESOMENESSwith the fourth/zero person construct.Thank you you time.
Go(o)d be (with) ye. Which is now apparently “Goodbye”
~~ From Australia. Gildoff.If you say “g’day” in reply or in a future podcast I will stab you in the face… A simple Hello/Hallo/WHATDAF***DOYOUWANTBITCH?! is socially acceptable now.=P
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