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Azurisan21 18th May 2017 06:22 PM

My Language!
 
Hi all,

I'd like to thank The Irreverent Mr Black for warning and advising that leaving 'gibberish', random-like letters in the guise of one's own unique language never deciphered by anyone else can seem rude.

However, now onwards, that a shockwave (I use this term in place of brainwave because it is cooler) had just struck me, each time I write such, I'd insert below an English translation in quotation marks to justify my intentional conveyance.

Everyone, deal?

Anyway and...

Ellis sacrimus!

"One must indulge with pleasure, without error!"

The Irreverent Mr Black 18th May 2017 06:34 PM

Re: My Language!
 
Bravo! (Italian for "Well done!")

Azurisan21 18th May 2017 06:46 PM

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The Irreverent Mr Black said (Post 588042)
Bravo! (Italian for "Well done!")


Williusuv eremis sunsire!

"No sweat anyway!"

knowledge is power 18th May 2017 08:12 PM

Re: My Language!
 
Does your language have swear words?

Azurisan21 18th May 2017 08:53 PM

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knowledge is power said (Post 588071)
Does your language have swear words?

Yes, indeed!

workmx 6th July 2017 02:59 PM

Re: My Language!
 
Doesn't a language have to be in use by two or more people?

It is a body of words (or signs), and set of methods of combining them (called a grammar), understood by a community and used as a form of communication.

workmx 6th July 2017 03:03 PM

Re: My Language!
 
A person speaking a language that only they understand to themselves sounds like a sign that they might need help.

142857 6th July 2017 03:45 PM

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workmx said (Post 592594)
A person speaking a language that only they understand to themselves sounds like a sign that they might need help.

Not necessarily.

Apologies in advance if this is offensive or inappropriate. I know that some people think of being on the autism spectrum as being a disease or disability.

My son has an official diagnosis on the spectrum, I don't but that probably has a lot to do with the era that I grew up in.

This link is interesting. People on the spectrum do often communicate in unusual ways. I've come across this before with people I know.
http://www.mdjunction.com/forums/aut...r-own-language

workmx 6th July 2017 04:06 PM

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142857 said (Post 592597)
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workmx said (Post 592594)
A person speaking a language that only they understand to themselves sounds like a sign that they might need help.

Not necessarily.

Apologies in advance if this is offensive or inappropriate. I know that some people think of being on the autism spectrum as being a disease or disability.

My son has an official diagnosis on the spectrum, I don't but that probably has a lot to do with the era that I grew up in.

This link is interesting. People on the spectrum do often communicate in unusual ways. I've come across this before with people I know.
http://www.mdjunction.com/forums/aut...r-own-language

Thanks for the info.

I think my comment stands that he might want to seek help (for a more perfect way to communicate with others).

workmx 6th July 2017 04:15 PM

Re: My Language!
 
Azu - I respect your right to talk to yourself in your own language.

And you show respect for others by providing an interpretation in English.

You may want to seek help to make that interpretation more perfect.


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