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Conlangery #116: The Conlanger’s Bookshelf Today we take some time to suggest a few books that conlangers should check out. Linguistics Books Heine, B., & Kuteva, T. (2002). World lexicon of grammaticalization. Cambridge University Press. Bybee, J., Perkins, R., & Pagliuca, W. (1994). The evolution of grammar: Tense, aspect, and modality in the languages of the world. University of Chicago... Read more »

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Conlangery SHORTS #20: #Lexember 2015 Highlights In this short episode, George puts together some of his favorites from the last Lexember! Also, a note, he also wrote a thing for Fiat Lingua. #Lexember #kardak #conlang #conscript #WOD #29 #languages http://buff.ly/1RkpT8w — DachiiKardak (@dachiikardak) December 30, 2015 http://buff.ly/1RkpS4A This is probably the #lexember coinage I’m proudest of – http://buff.ly/1RkpT8J — Zeke Fordsmender […]

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Conlangery #114: Thai (natlang) #conlang

This month Britton joined us and we talked about the wonders of reduplication and nicknames in Thai. Top of Show Greeting: Dzuish (English-based conlang) Wikipedia on Thai Thai-language.com Noss, R. B. (1964). Thai reference grammar. Foreign Service…

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Applicatives and The Art of Language Invention.
David Peterson joins us to talk about applicatives, and to talk a little about his book. Top of Show Greeting: Zametulian Links and Resources Lamoureaux, S. V. D. (2004). Applicative Constructions in Maasai. Linguistics, (August). Austin, P. K. (2005).…

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Conlangery #110: Copulae #conlang

Today Christophe joins us as we talk all about copulas, or copulae, however you want to talk about them. Top of Show Greeting: Dutch (submitted anonymously) Links and Resources: Curnow, T. J. (1999). Towards a Cross-linguistic Typology of Copula…
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