registration requests re Portuguese
João Miguel Neves
joao at silvaneves.org
Fri Apr 10 21:21:40 CEST 2015
Yes, abl1943 was Brazil's first official orthographic reform. It crystallised most of what we now recognise as Brazilian Portuguese. The preparation work was really interesting: a collection of a lot of the variants existing throughout that huge country. As colb1945 came mostly from the Portuguese reform of 1911, it was seen by some as a loss of independence towards Portugal. It ended up being adopted in 1971. That didn't remove some of the choices made with abl1943, but made both countries' Portuguese closer.
On 10 April 2015 20:08:17 BST, cowan at ccil.org wrote:
>João Miguel Neves scripsit:
>> I don't know how this happened, but abl1943 doesn't make sense with
>> prefix other than pt-BR.
>Oh, I confused abl1943 with colb1945. Was the abl1943 orthography
>used only for text that was Brazilian Portuguese in other respects
>(word choice, second person singular pronouns, etc.)?
>> abl1943 refers to the ortography adopted solely
>> by Brazil between 1943 and 1971. From that point on the official
>> language becomes pt-BR-colb1945.
>> My recommendations for prefixes are either:
>> abl1943: pt-BR
>> colb1945: pt
>> ao1990: pt
>I agree with that.
>John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan cowan at ccil.org
>"The exception proves the rule." Dimbulbs think: "Your counterexample
>my theory." Latin students think "'Probat' means 'tests': the
>the rule to the proof." But legal historians know it means "Evidence
>exception is evidence of the existence of a rule in cases not excepted
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