I don't think I've done a blog on natural languages before.
Natural languages, or natlangs for short, are languages that evolved naturally, as opposed to constructed languages, or conlangs for short.
English is a natural language, for example.
If a language is a person's primary language, it's probably a natural language.
I've figured out that it's harder to apply natural and constructed labels to writing systems than it is to languages.
Updated Apr 22nd 2010 at 02:34 AM by gringo300
Note: This is another post I had to go back and fix grammar, etc. of.
This may be THE most controversial topic of all time.
In this blog, I will state my beliefs on this subject.
I believe that the purpose of Hell is JUSTICE.
I believe that 100% of the people in Hell right now 100% deserve to be there.
I believe that 100% of the people who will EVER be in Hell will 100% deserve to be there.
I believe there
Updated Dec 13th 2010 at 07:04 PM by gringo300
I hope this posts...
Like Mexico, a large proportion of the population of Guatemala is actually Indian.
From what I've heard, many of the Indians of Guatemala, like many of the Indians of southern Mexico, are Maya.
The Indians of Guatemala, too, need to hear the Gospel.
(see blog on Maya Indians)
I just tried to post a blog.
There was an error and it didn't post.
There is no polite way to state how that makes me feel.
Note: I've made major changes in this blog, including changing the title, several times since I first posted it.
Not all languages are written in alphabets. Some languages are written in other writing systems.
There are natural languages (natlangs) and constructed languages (conlangs). There are also natural writing systems and constructed writing systems.
Many constructed languages are written in constructed writing systems, though
Updated Mar 30th 2010 at 12:44 AM by gringo300
(made wording less confusing)