|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
Bharékans are used for writing names of a noun,jobs/occupations, and an onomatopoeia(Japanese/Swahili patterns).
2.Thamégans are used for writing verbs,adjectives,possessive/reflexive nouns,suffixes/affixes/prefixes,numbers,and months(In Chinese/Igbo patterns).
3.The Afrikanese letters can come in 2 forms. The 1st form with a letter by itself and the 2nd form has a silent "h" by it(except the letters
l, and m). M is m/mw and k/kh can make a "k" or "ch" sound
4.It also has 139,555+ Nsinji's (漢字). It's like a Hanzi but combining Kanji and Nsibidi characters together. Nsinji means "Mixture of Kanji and Nsibidi ". Ex: 冂b + 生a =闰ba.(Yoruba and Korean word mashup) Ex:Korean(mid-jung) + Yoruba(night-oru)=jongoru.
5.Also the Afrikanese langauge has 7 different accents. It has a macron,acute,grave,caron,underflex,dot and diaeresis accent. The underflex accent looks like this:
meaning the circumflex is under a vowel.
I've created this accent.
Here's what underflex vowels sound like
a=ai(ī) e=ay or ey(ā) i=oe(ō) o=oo(ū ) u=ey/ie(ē)
6. This symbol " to the right on the consonants add an vowel and on the vowel:consonant + vowel. This symbol º on the right makes the consonants and vowels add and "y" + vowel.
And the smaller consonant letters makes the double letter and only comes before a letter with this symbol " and .
Here are the punctuation marks... 「」() 。. !！ ?？ 、,