Modern Englisc – A hypothetical descendant of Old English

In our inaugural conlang featuring post, we would like to introduce you to Modern Englisc, an alternate vision of the English language. In this eight-hundred and eighty pages long work, fellow conlanger A. Jarrette describes the phonological development and morphology of a more Germanic English language. It also includes a massive list of vocabulary. We’ll […]

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Austronesian languages (revised edition) by R. Blust

The excellent online resource “The Austronesian languages” by R. Blust contains an incredibly detailed description of all the Austronesian languages, their origins, the proto-languages, language contact, a tidbit about culture, differences in registers, code-switching, and much, much more. It’s a wonderful book to explore for any conlanger just from the depth of exploration undertaken within. […]

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