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Description Edit

This conlang is my attempt at a challenge, set by my friend, to create a language using only two letters - a and k. Following these parameters makes for quite an irregular and unique (as far as I know) conning, and one that I would never have the courage to try and learn. I hope it is of interest to somebody.

Akka
Akka
Type
Analytic
Alignment
Nominative - Accusative
Head direction
Not Certain
Tonal
Yes
Declensions
No
Conjugations
No
Genders
Yes
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



Phonology Edit

This is, understandably, quite a short section

Dental Post alveolar Velar
Plosive K
Nasal
Trill
Tap or Flap
Fricative θ ʃ
Lateral Fricative
Approximant
Lateral Approximant
Front Central Back
e a
a

Vowel Forms Edit

Akka vowels can take a number of different forms:

Primary Form: When the vowel appears after a consonant, For example kAkk

Secondary Form: When the vowel appears at the end of a word, after a consonant, For example kakA

Tertiary Form: When the vowel appears by itself or with another vowel, For example A or AA

Vowels in the primary form use the front open (a) sound

Vowels in Secondary form use the front close mid (e) sound

Vowels in tertiary form use the back open (a) sound when there is one vowel; when their are two vowels together, the vowel is pronounced using the front close mid (e) sound

Consonant Forms Edit

Consonants also take forms.

K is pronounced plosive velar (K) normally

When occurring as a double at the start of a word, KK is pronounced dental fricative (theta) sound

When occurring as a double after a vowel, aKK is pronounced post alveolar fricative sound

For example: kkakakk (θaKa

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