christian.semmens at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 20:43:16 IST 2013
Welcome to the list. I hope you find it useful.
Learning from the books is OK, but you need to hear people speaking too.
Here is a link to some excellent beginners spoken exercises from Dan
Prohaska, that you might find useful:
There are other examples of other modes of speech accessible on the same
Oll an gwella,
On 26 June 2013 20:38, Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com> wrote:
> On 26 Jun 2013, at 19:22, Philip Newton <philip.newton at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The reasons I'm inclined towards it do not include believing that it's
> intrinsically the best possible system for Cornish.
> The political reality is that 5 years ago, some sort of compromise in
> terms of features people (though they) could live with were cobbled
> together in 5 days of hostile negotiations.
> Calls for a proper linguistic review were not heard. Experts who have been
> dealing with the SWF for 5 years were excluded from the review panel. The
> SWF has nevertheless *had* such review
> > It will be interesting to see whether some of the perceived weaknesses
> will be improved or whether it will get worse; also, whether it will move
> closer to the way some people write or closer to the way others write or in
> some other direction of its own. Or whether it will remain substantially
> the same.
> I predict it will remain substantially the same, perhaps with a few minor
> improvements, offset by some random Kemmynisms thrown in.
> > And for this I am grateful -- that since KS based itself on the SWF, it
> will let me (who have chosen the SWF for now) read KS more easily
> > than some other spellings, and that reading in it will make me less
> likely to misspell when attempting to write SWF.
> You won't find anything more interesting to read in the SWF. And you
> certainly won't find as good a grammar as Desky Kernowek.
> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
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