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Based on ancient greek the most easiest language propable.
A(a) B(b) G(g) D(d) E(e) Z(dz) T(t) X(h) I(i)Y(y) K(k) L(l) M(m) N(n) S(s) O(o) P(p) R(r) U(u)
Tones are not used but the voice becomes higher at the syllabe next to the last.
Nouns and adjectivesEdit
No gender. Cases are: Nominative, Genetive, Dative, Accusative, Vocative
Genetive tou (of)
Dative to (at)
Accusative -n(in the end of the word)
Vocative -e(in the end of the word)
Plural is formed by adding a at the end of the word.
Comparative is fromed by adding -eros in the end of the adjective while superlative by adding -atos.
Has only indicative and imperative. Imperative is used by adding the word "to" before the verb.
The tenses are only five: Past Continious, Past Simple, Present, Future Simple, Future Continious.
In Past contnious you add an e- at the verb. In Past Simple you add a e- and an -s. In Future Simple you add just an -s while in Future Continious you place the word txa before the verb.
Passive voice just receiveves the word del after the verb.
The whole syntax is placed around the line of verb, subject and object, The rest words follow what they stuck with.
SVO SOV OVS OSV