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Language Creation Conference


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Apr 17, 2007, 1:48am Top

There aren't a lot of people in this group, but in case any here haven't heard about it:

Ever wondered to what extent the languages of Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series are languages? Or whether the unbreakable linguistic universals that are claimed to underlie all languages are truly unbreakable? Or perhaps how to say, "Where's the restroom" in Klingon? If so, or if you're a fan of language in any form, come check out the Second Language Creation Conference July 7-8 at UC Berkeley!

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