‘Did you find it?’ ‘I did’
Some time ago, I was eager to resume learning Toki Pona, a conlang with around 120 words. I was particularly eager to return to my copy of the Toki Pona book, despite the wealth of learning material available online. That wasn’t an option, though – I left the book behind when I moved continent in 2017.
Or did I? Actually, no. I stumbled across it today. It was under my nose all along. Toki Pona: The Language of Good. The book was located, improbably, of all places, on the bookshelf. I’m trying not to feel embarrassed.
So maybe I’ll pick up some words again.
More updates about languages:
If English is a thick novel, then Toki Pona is a haiku.1 What, then, would Ithkuil be?
Did you know that Irish has no words for yes and no (kinda)?
In other news, I’ve been listening to:
- Heaven Inc. EP by Shlohmo.
- Discreet Desires by Helena Hauff.
- Odron Ritual Orchestra by Svetlost.
Sonja Lang, Toki Pona: The Language of Good (p. 11) ↩