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Word Diversity

Now that we’ve talked a little bit about how to begin creating words for your language, let’s talk about some strategies for diversifying your lexicon. One of the common pitfalls when constructing a language is just making it English (or … Continue reading

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Smith Some Words

Now that you have the sounds that your language can make and how they interact with each other, you can begin to come up with words. How many words do you think you need in your conlang? Well, a 2013 … Continue reading

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Working Towards Words

So you’ve decided to set out on this wonderful adventure of creating your own language. In the last post I talked about how to select the sounds available in your language. Now we’re going to talk about building up towards … Continue reading

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Do You Want to Build A Language?

Hello, Readers! This is Tyler again. As Rii is still focusing her alternate¬†endeavors, I want to take this opportunity to do some more blog posts on conlanging. In my posts last week, I mentioned that creating a good conlang is … Continue reading

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When Conlanging is the Worst

Hello, Readers! Tyler here again, and this time I want to talk a little bit about conlanging. Conlang is short for constructed language. In other words, a conlang is any language intentionally constructed to convey meaning rather than “natural” languages … Continue reading

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