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Slorany

Your submission doesn't contain enough content to allow for feedback and discussion and has therefore been removed. For instance, enabling the community to build a complete sentence in your language would be great. You could describe the basic rules for word formation, how they inflect/conjugate, and how to order them into phrases and clauses. Reply to this comment when you've added the necessary information, and we can re-approve your post. You can also simply repost after having made sure you have added enough content. Thanks in advance, and don't hesitate to [reach out to the mods](https://www.reddit.com/message/compose?to=/r/conlangs) if you need some help. Please read [our rules](https://www.reddit.com/r/conlangs/wiki/meta/rules) and [posting/flairing guidelines](https://www.reddit.com/r/conlangs/wiki/meta/flairs) before posting. ### If you wish to appeal this decision, please do not reply to this comment and instead [send us a message that all the mods will see](https://www.reddit.com/message/compose?to=/r/conlangs). **Make sure to include the link to your post and why you think it should be re-approved**, else we will automatically deny the appeal.


Dryanor

One word a day is a rather slow pace, it'll take you years until you can translate most simple sentences. But if your okay with that, and it keeps you motivated, go for it. If you plan to make posts about your vocabulary, remember that posts without sufficient content will probably get deleted - a daily "today I made this word" won't be possible here. There are, however, regular activity threads where you can share your progress (at least, that's what I've heard..). Or you could collect like a month of work and make a quality post.


langston02

Good point. Maybe I should post several words every week then.