Member voting and such Jun 20, 2014 1:57:59 GMT -6
Post by Ián B. Anglatzarâ on Jun 20, 2014 1:57:59 GMT -6
So, in my capacity as Glorious and Magnanimous President-for-Life (just kidding), I'm using this space to open a discussion regarding the use of mutations in Talossan.
Apparently the 2010 Arestada provides a little too much leeway regarding the indication of mutations in orthography.
I move that in the next Arestada, we specify that, although people may say certain words in certain ways (like la Phrovinçù, apparently. Although I've never said the P as anything but an IPA /p/ and it sounds silly to me with that /f/ sound), that these are not usually indicated in writing, with the exception of the post-prepositional pronouns (try and say THAT five times fast!), possessive pronouns (e.g. la mhéa, &c.) and fossilized constructions like c'estev'iensa vholta and la mha.
Would anyone else like to weigh in here?
I would. Before I do, could someone check whether I was ever chucked out of the CúG or if I'm still a member?