Sheli is the third language I ever invented. I decided to load it up with only the sounds I liked, which turned out to be all front vowels and a lot of coronals. I discovered fairly quickly that the resulting language was unpronounceable, so I abandoned it. Now, though, I've revived the project, with the intent of turning it into a Southeast Asian-style tone language with an inverse system. (For technical reasons, I credit The Simpsons for the revival of the language.)

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