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 No.61956

https://jansa-tp.github.io/tpcheatsheet/Toki%20Pona%20Cheat%20Sheet%20v2.pdf

mi wile toki pona e toki pona. sina seme toki kekepen mi? sina wile toki pona la toki e insa. toki pona li sin e mi.

I want to talk better Toki Pona. Will you talk with me? If you want to talk Toki Pona, then talk here. Toki Pona is new to me.

toki kepeken leko suno li ike mute. mi wile sona e pali ni lon insa. insa seme li pona?

Communication with the "light box"/"computer" is often bad. I want to know "this action in here"/"what doing this here will do".?

 No.61957

explain?

 No.61958

>>61957
This is a thread to practice the language "Toki Pona."
sina lukin e toki pimeja.
Look at the spoilered text.
Spoilered text contains translations because I'm new at this.

 No.61967

mi pali e sitelen toki tawa sitelen toki suli ala. mi wile sona e sitelen lukin la mawa mi ante. mi pali e ni la mi wile sona la mi toki sona e lawa wawa seme sama. mi kute e toki pona kepeken pali sona pona li wile sona a anu ala la pali e sona pona. mi o wile e jan Wizardchan li pona la mi pali e sitelen ni seme sitelen "crawl" kepeken mi lukin e sona.

I'm the same guy who made the 'mediafree' thread. I've been interested in how much choosing what I consume has completely changed my mental state, and am doing this because I'm curious if the language I speak would have the same effect. I've heard of Toki Pona being used in therapy for this purpose, and wonder to what extent it's true that it does indeed create more positive thinking. Besides this, I hope others don't mind if I use this as a general "crawl" thread while I test this hypothesis.

 No.61972

if that lang was conceived hundreds of years ago, toki pona woulda had cool potential to be an quick and dirty universal lang people use to communicate. like imagine a book containing all the 100 words and their definitions, for every language on earth. you could use it to communicate with anyone probably

 No.61974

I started reading the language of good. The structure of the language, albeit simple, takes some getting used to, so it'll be a while before I am able to make sense of arbitrary toki pona text, or write my own.
Stay tuned.

 No.61977

mi lukin ni: mi kute mute e kute lili lon monsi. mi kute e ijo mute ni mi wile ala mute. sona ala sona? mi sona ni mi pilin ni mi pali mute ala e tenpo ike pi mi. mi wile pali ala e ni li lukin e pilin mi.
I notice that I often have a lot of noise in the background. I listen to things that I don't need nor want to listen to. Why do I do this? I think it's because I feel like I'm not 'multitasking' and therefore am 'wasting time.' But it sounds like an excuse, now that I think about it. I've been trying to cut back on it to see how it affects me.
>>61974
>I started reading the language of good. The structure of the language, albeit simple, takes some getting used to, so it'll be a while before I am able to make sense of arbitrary toki pona text, or write my own.
mi olin tawa ijo sin li kepeken sona ala. tenpo lon la mi sona li pali. toki pona li lili la ona li pali. taso mi wile ala ni sina weka.
I'm a fan of just jumping in and struggling. Toki pona is small enough to just try it. But I eagerly await you.

 No.61991

tenpo lon la sin li moli. mi ken toki sitelen kepeken toki pona sama lon li pali. a ni li ike la Wizardchan. jan Wizardchan li sona e pona anu seme? mi o awen ala awen?

And now is the point in time where the novelty has worn off somewhat. About all I can do here is 'blog' in toki pona as a place to practice, and I'm pretty sure that would be frowned upon here. Would people here mind? Should I continue?

mi lukin sitelen e ijo pi sin ala. mi pilin e jan Sonja sama jan sewi nasa. taso tenpo sama, sona ni mi ken e sona kekepen tenpo lili la mi olin. ken la kin sona li toki e toki pona li ante e lawa mi. mi wile awen.

I was reading some more source material behind this and I am getting cult leader vibes from the creator of the language. But at the same time, the idea that I can learn a whole language so quickly is so interesting. Also the thought that maybe speaking in this way does change my mind, idk, I want to keep doing this.

 No.62001

tenpo lon la mi ken toki kepeken ala ku. mi pilin pona. mi pilin sama jan sona. taso kulupu toki pona li yaki li ma ko. kin jan Sonja li ken ante e jan ike li moli e toki pona. wawa mute insa jan wun.

 No.62018

ijo mute li pilin ike e mi:
some things that cause me a bit of concern:
- toki pona li lili. toki pona li jo e nimi ale. taso toki pona li jo e nimi tu tawa jan Sonja esun.
- Tokia Pona is small. Toki Pona has 100 words. Yet, Toki Pona has two words for the author's marketing.
- jan Brown kepeken toki Loglan sama jan Sonja kepeken toki pona. toki pona li open ala open? ken la tenpo kama la mi lukin e pakala.
- Brown:Loglan::Sonja:Toki Pona. Is Toki Pona open source? I could maybe see issues in the future.
- toki pona li wawa tan nimi lili. pu li open e nimi lili e sona pona lili. taso ku li mute e nimi. tenpo kama la toki pona li jo e nimi mute mute anu seme? Kepeken nimi mute, ona li sona ala sona e toki pona?
- Toki Pona's strength is few words. The first books establishes a small vocabulary and minimalist philosophy. but the second publication expands the vocabulary. Will Toki Pona have a lot of words in the future? With a large vocabulary, would one learn Toki Pona?
– taso: ku insa li jo e nimi pimeja. ni li toki e mi tawa toki pona li muse awen la tenpo kama.
– Counterpoint: the second book has blank words. this tells me that Toki Pona will stabilize.

mi li musi awen e ni. mi wile e jan pali li lukin li awen insa e wawa insa lon. kin mi wile lukin e kulupu pi toki pona li jo e kepeken ni toki.
I remain very interested in this. I hope the people working on this realize and hone in on their core strengths here. I want to delve into what others have done with this yet.

 No.62019

>>62018
https://lipu-linku.github.io/

mi olin e lipu pi nimi mute pi toki pona.

 No.62027

toki pona li lili mute. tan ni la mi sona e sona pi leko suno. mi sona e toki pona kepeken sona pi leko suno.

Toki Pona is so small that it gets me excited about the opportunities it has with artificial intelligence.

 No.62029

>>62018
>Will Toki Pona have a lot of words in the future? With a large vocabulary, would one learn Toki Pona?
Every language grows like this. Even the cheatsheet you shared comes with some unofficial words like 'epiku' which are not part of the language, they could be considered as 'slang'. I think the core language is pretty much set, and that should be considered sufficient for a user of the language to start being active in the community, yet as always, actual fluency will take time to develop, as well as acquaintance with the 'slang', think of how english is sufficient to browse image/textboards but the concepts and vocabulary is pretty rich and ot takes some lurkin' to start talkin' the talk.
>Is Toki Pona open source?
It's not a software implementation. There's a little book and that's pretty much it. There's no way they can make it proprietary. If Sonja ends up being a tyrant, the community will keep an existence independent of whatever plans the creator has for the language.

Anyway I wanted to say I appreciate how you can be so focused in something and document your thoughts and whatnot and keep this thing alive in an otherwise prettu slow board (wizchan is the only site with a hobbies board that I know of, kinda sad no other site exists for this kind of talk), I can't really focus much on a thing for a sustained period and I don't dare document my progress for several reasons either.

 No.62039

>>62029
>Every language grows like this. Even the cheatsheet you shared comes with some unofficial words like 'epiku' which are not part of the language, they could be considered as 'slang'. I think the core language is pretty much set, and that should be considered sufficient for a user of the language to start being active in the community, yet as always, actual fluency will take time to develop, as well as acquaintance with the 'slang', think of how english is sufficient to browse image/textboards but the concepts and vocabulary is pretty rich and ot takes some lurkin' to start talkin' the talk.

jan ante awen en toki nasa la mi wile e toki pona li awen e lili. mi lukin e toki pona sama toki lili. mi sona e toki pona lili li pona.

Even with cultural differences and slang, I hope Toki Pona remains small. I kind of see it as the whole point.

>Anyway I wanted to say I appreciate how you can be so focused in something and document your thoughts and whatnot and keep this thing alive in an otherwise prettu slow board


pona tawa sina. mi pilin sama sona toki mute kepeken tenpo lili. ni ala la mi pali ala e ni. mi pilin sama jan Daniel Jackson lon Stargate.

Thanks. I felt like I learned so much in so little time. Without this, I don't think I would have done this. I felt like Daniel Jackson in Stargate (embed rel)

>(wizchan is the only site with a hobbies board that I know of, kinda sad no other site exists for this kind of talk), I can't really focus much on a thing for a sustained period and I don't dare document my progress for several reasons either.


a. li nasa e sitelen Wizardchan li weka. mi pilin e sitelen /hob/ li ante e sitelen Wizardchan. mi pilin e sitelen /hob/ li sitelen pona. mi pilin e sitelen Wizardchan li sitelen jaki.

Yeah, it is strange that wizardchan is p. much the only one. In fact, the /hob/ board on Wizardchan really does feel like a COMPLETELY different board from Wizardchan proper. It feels like /hob/ is the main, and the rest of the board is containment.



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