[Spellyans] " 'Breakthrough' rung"
njawilliams at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 22:02:41 IST 2008
Looks like it.
On 20 Jul 2008, at 21:53, Christian Semmens wrote:
> It would appear that this is another problem we are going to have to
> face. This is, of course, a KK spelling.
> How can there be works produced whilst there is no dictionary?
> It also seems rash to publish at this stage whilst the orthography is
> still in flux, as it is quite likely these works will need to be
> revised very soon, either that or the argument will be made that this
> is now "common" usage and that the 'incorrect' spellings are now fixed
> by usage. This smells funny.
> Are we to see the SWF main become a renamed KK?
> 2008/7/20 Craig Weatherhill <weatherhill at freenet.co.uk>:
>> Good question - if <y> is a short i and <i> a long one, then this
>> no sense at all. I thought that one of the aims of the SWF was to
>> the language easier for students to learn. It probably would have
>> had not politics been allowed to take precedence over linguistics.
>> A. J. Trim wrote:
>>> The MAGA Kernow website has previews of breakthrough rung books,
>>> /Kanker/ and /Lester/.
>>> /Lester/ spells UCR *brentyn* "brilliant" as SWF *bryntin*.
>>> Why the <*i*> in the second syllable?
>>> Andrew J. Trim
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