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For questions about the process of making a conlang.
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For questions about the real world history of individual conlangs as well as the conlanging community
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The grammar of a language, or its "rules", covers its phonology, morphology, syntax, as well as the semantics of its affixes and function words
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Questions relating to the use of writing systems, both natural and invented, as relevant to conlangs.
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For questions about the sound systems of languages
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For questions about words, phrases, and acronyms specific to the study of constructed languages.
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Diachronic conlanging refers to the simulation of language change in a conlang
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for requests of conlangs which fit a specified set of criteria
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Questions concerning the study of the forms of words, their internal structure, and how they are formed from one another through processes like inflection, derivation, and compounding.
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Questions comparing languages or classifying them into categories based on their linguistic features
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Whether a language should be classified as a natlang/conlang, a particular type of conlang, or even as a language at all.
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For questions about what natural languages a particular conlang was based on or inspired by
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a constructed international auxiliary language.
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For questions about developing the vocabulary of a conlang
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a design goal some conlangs have, that of being deliberately similar to natural languages in some or all aspects
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For questions about language features with no parallels in natural languages
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For questions about constructed languages that are intended for international or interethnical communication.
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For questions about the handling of tense, aspect, and mood in constructed languages.
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For questions concerning the Elvish languages devised by J.R.R. Tolkien.
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For questions concerning Toki Pona, the minimalistic oligomorphemic conlang published by Sonja Lang.
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For all questions about the Klingon Language. The Klingon language is the constructed language spoken by the fictional Klingons in the Star Trek universe.
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A constructed, syntactically unambiguous human language, successor to Loglan by the Logical Language Group.
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Ambiguity refers to words, phrases, or sentences which can be validly understood to mean multiple different things
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For questions about how to translate words or phrases into or out of a conlang
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For questions about tools for creating or maintaining a conlang, or about tools to do Constructed Language Processing.
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For questions dealing with verbs (a part of speach)
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For questions concerning the Black Speech, the language constructed by J.R.R. Tolkien for his series "Lord of the Rings."
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For questions concerning the Dwarvish language constructed by J.R.R Tolkien for his Middle-Earth setting.
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The process where some or all of the lexemes of a language are replaced but the grammar of the language remains unchanged
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For questions about conlangs that have features similar to European languages (either by design or by accident). Also for questions about the features that make conlangs similar to European languages.