> his language still has no unified orthography
> his language has nonsensical orthographic "rules"
> over 9000 vowels and only five graphemes are used to write them
English is literally Papuan redneck tier.
>he has to remember the gender for a noun instead of deducing it from a noun's ending
Are these words male or female?
>there isnt at least 1000 forms of every word in his language
how does it work ?
>not having at least 6 cases and 3 genders
>being proud of replacing the classical Indo-European grammar with some Chinese-tier shit
>his language is not exactly like mine
There is case for gender where we have "her" or "him" but no neutral form. If you don't have that information, then you just don't have enough information to form a grammatically correct sentence.
What if there were cases that told you the age of the person? The profession? Ethnicity? Height? Income? Sperm count? DNA?
What if the amount of information contained in a sentence told you about everyone's past, future, and present... all their hopes and dreams, everything that made them a person?
I posted this on /sci/ once and someone said there's a book about an alien race that talks this way, but I forgot what it was.
Out of all the language I've studied (French, Italian Mandarin, German, Japanese, Arabic) English and Mandarin have the most similar grammar.
Of course they're not the same, Mandarin has no conjugation whatsoever but they are remarkably similar.
We kind of have that, but its not distinct. You can tell a lot about a person by the words the use, and in what order they put sentences (At least in English, dont know about any other languages)
Read a book that was talking about how a quick way to build rapport with someone, is identify how their umwelt is built, and make it seem like yours is the same.
You can do it pretty much for any language.
I guess what you mean is that both Mandarin and English are "isolating" languages - more meaning = moar small wurdz. Yes, it is a similarity.
However, >>54428449 is right, the grammar isn't that similar as you're implying.
>his language assigns genders to inanimate objects
So it has two cases.
Wait no, I looked it up. Bulgarian has three cases.
>There is case for gender where we have "her" or "him" but no neutral form. If you don't have that information, then you just don't have enough information to form a grammatically correct sentence.
>What if there were cases that told you the age of the person? The profession? Ethnicity? Height? Income? Sperm count? DNA?
Those aren't cases but distinct grammatical categories. Case marks the grammatical role of a word within the sentence and conveys no information about its nature.
aren't they still pretty stable in ending positions? Those are the ones that carry grammatical meaning so I couldn't imagine they'd disappear so easily unless they went a -> o and e -> just e or something. Total speculation I'm not well read on slavic nasal vowels and how they dropped out of the other languages.
>aren't they still pretty stable in ending positions?
And it only has 5 vowels, like Italian and Spanish.
Not some unpronouncable nasal shit.
>Don't have to Remember genders
Feels good man
Feels good man
>Fucks it up with over 9000 words, stupid grammar, spelling and French.
Feels bad man
ill never understand why anyone ever bothers with romance languages
shits fucking retarded
>i'm happy nobody wants to bother with my language
are you having fun being forced to speak english?