printability and standardization
Stan & Sandy Anonby
stan-sandy_anonby at sil.org
Fri Jan 9 15:46:18 UTC 2004
So Auvergnat, Gascon, Languedocien, and Limousin aren't Provençal?
So the ploynomic writing system is broken into many varieties. But the main
----- Original Message -----
From: "Blanchet Philippe" <philippe.blanchet at uhb.fr>
To: <lgpolicy-list at ccat.sas.upenn.edu>
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 1:24 PM
Subject: Re: printability and standardization
> Stan & Sandy Anonby a écrit :
> > Thank you for clarifying. Is this polynomic broken into many varieties,
> > example the three varieties you gave earlier?
> More than this, those three main varieties are themselves composed of
> many more local varieties with slight differences (like all languages!).
> Or are these three varieties
> > the "spontaneous adaptations" you refer to as #2?
> No, the "adaptations of the French system" are one of the writing
> systems. The varieties are linguistic dialectal varieties. The writing
> systems are applied to them (mainly the first one, made for this).
> What about Auvergnat,
> > Gascon, Languedocien, Limousin?
> They are distinct languages with distinct written traditions and
> different spellings.
> > Stan
> Ph. B.
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