The auxilary language Ceqli, also known as a conlang or auxlang. Like Esperanto, it aims to be a general second language for everybody to learn and communicate. It has grammar features and vocabulary from many languages
Thursday, May 11, 2017
More Alphabet Blather
I'm definitely eliminating c= /tS/ No way it isn't awkward. I can use either x or c for /S/. If I use c, as do Loglan and Lojban, I'll have x for use in modifying other letters to make foreign sounds. tx could be /T/ for example. The 26 letters just aren't enough to have special characters for both /dZ/ and /tS/. Depending on which way I go, the language will be either Txeqli or Tceqli. Your input is appreciated.
And, don't read anything much into the illustrations I use here. I pick them more or less at random for amusement purposes.