|clyc||click (as in “click here”)|
I also updated the website on malt§έgj verbs, which may be useful to include here. Most of this has already been stated, but it can’t hurt to clarify:
[Editor's Note: I'm really not going to bother to try to recreate the website's style sheets and special effects here on my blog. I was just excited at the time to have learned how to do it. I'm fairly over it now.]
ul iþ T§έcmað Malt§έgj u Scrav u ac Blími
The title of this page is actually somewhat inaccurate, as verbs are not conjugated in the malt§έgj language, but a brief explanation of verbs is in order in any case.
There are no special endings to indicate person, tense, or number in malt§έgj, however there are certain particles as in asian languages which denote tense. Number and person are indicated by the pronoun (which is not optional as it is in some languages where person and number are indicated by a suffix).
When particles are used in combination, there is a set order to them, most of which is common sense. You may use the table below to remember the order.
dyd - nag - cwarþ - blai - rac - lơ - §lþ
Wow, it’s nice to know that I can do that with my web pages in case I need to PDFify them. Anyway, the malt§έgj version of the webpage itself was a brutal disaster, so I’ll spare you that one. Why is this thing suddenly back on auto-correct? Grrr… Remind me to start beating my lab monitors.
Oh, i’m not sure if i ever put the word lơt§εg in the lexicon. It means “important.”
Okay, we’re almost twice the length we should be here, so it’s time to wrap up chapter three of the malt§έgj project. Bjólεt nad mέlεm a!