[Spellyans] More on bys/bes words and diacritical marks

Harry Fraiser harryfraiser at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 18 20:05:20 IST 2008


I'm very glad to here it. How many of them are there, and where should
one go to hear them?

Harry

On 7/18/08, Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com> wrote:
> At 00:07 +0000 2008-07-16, Mary Williams wrote:
>
>>I've often wondered why nobody has put all the Late material
>>together in a book,
>
> Book publishing takes time and effort. Some of the material simply
> hasn't been edited. I'd be quite pleased to publish an editor of Late
> material.
>
>>I don't imagine it would be a very thick book.
>
> On what basis would you say this? It doesn't sound as if you know.
>
>>Is that what you mean by "making RLC material accessible"? I've seen
>>Dick Gendall's dictionaries and course books, but I can't recall
>>seeing anything written in this system apart from the odd line or
>>two here and there.
>
> That doesn't mean it doesn't exist. :-)
>
>>Likewise Jenny was talking about the need to cater for kids growing
>>up learning Late, until someone pointed out to her that there
>>weren't any!
>
> That is completely untrue.
>
>>Why do you feel the need to give so much attention to a group that's
>>almost invisible to us in Cornwall?
>
> Neil Kennedy tells me that most learners of RLC pretty much stick to
> themselves. They don't attempt to have a great internet presence.
> They don't publish many books. They speak Cornish in their daily
> lives, with their friends and colleagues. Just because you haven't
> met them doesn't mean that they don't exist. Please do not be so
> dismissive.
> --
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