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Arttain National Flag with the First form of Traditional writing

General informationEdit

Arttain is a new language that the words are from several very different languages :). As you can see the word "Art" in Arttain, This language pursues artistic form on writing. Its alphabets have three forms/ways to write, which depends on which way you love to. The first form is Latin letters which there are only
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Arttain National Flag with the Second form of Traditional writing

3 additional letters to English letters. This form is the one that used on the computer and other electronics. The second form is the older traditional form that is a little similar to Arabic. And the third form is the present form. It is special that it's written from top to bottom/ up and down/ Vertically. It is very similar to Mongolian. Although it wants to be artistic, it's not very complex in grammar and wrting forms. It doesn't have conjugations or tenses, like Chinese and Vietnamese. Its words are mostly from English, and very a few of words are from Spanish. It makes it easy to learn and speak if you know Enligsh.
Arttain
Artein
Type
Type as Latin letters, write as Arttain letters
Alignment
from the right to the left
Head direction
right
Tonal
No
Declensions
No
Conjugations
No
Genders
No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



PhonologyEdit

Arttain can be read by syllables. Each letter has its own sound and most of them have only one sound. People can read them without knowing the meanings once they know how each letter sounds. Arttain doesn't have tones, just like English. One syllable can contain 1 or 2 Consonants with a vowel. The stress of a word is always in the second last syllable if the end is a vowel, and in the last syllable if the end is a consonant. Also, the syllable in a word whose vowel has a  `  on top would be the stress. Since Arttain is not an old language, its words are mostly come from English and Spanish.

ConsonantsEdit

Bilabial Labio-Dental Dental Alverolar Post-Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottle
Nasal
Plosive p b t d ʃ g k kʷ
Fricative f v θ s z h
Affricate dz ks
Approximant w ɹ j
Trill r
Flap ɾ
Lateral l


VowelsEdit

Front Near-front Near-back Back
Close i u
Near-close
Close-mid o
Mid
Open-mid ɔ
Near-open æ
Open ɑ

AlphabetEdit

    In computer, Arttain will be typed in Latin letters. There are 30 letters, 4 additional letters to English letters.

Alphabet Sound IPA Alphabet Sound IPA
a car /ɑ/ ä cake /eɪ/
b ball /b/ c cards /dz/
ç thief /θ/ d dog /d/
e sad /æ/ f fall /f/
g good /g/ h hi /h/
i sea /i/ j sheet /ʃ/
k kite /k/ l lit /l/
o for /o/

ö

old /ɔ/
p pick /p/ q quote /kʷ/
r race /ɹ/ ~r Spanish: por /ɾ/
s son /s/ t Boston /t/
u sue /u/ v carve /v/
w wait /w/ x taxi /ks/
y yes /j/ z zone /z/


'The letter " j " sounds like "jia"(Chinese) or "zge" if it is at the end of a word (/t'ɕ/).

Arttain Traditional WritingEdit

The older form of Arrtain traditional writing:

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Alphabet OrderEdit

    The alphabet letters order is shown one the photo above.Edit

PSEdit

a,ä,i,u never connect with the right side.Edit

v , w  never connect with the left side.Edit

The present form of Arrtain traditional writingEdit

It is a very special type of writing since it is written from up to down, and the letters in a word is connected together just like the older form of writing.


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  phonologyEdit

C=consonant     V=vowelEdit

'1 Syllable may contain:'



2C+1V     /     1V+2C     /     1C+1V     /     1C+1V+1C     /     1V+1C     /     1V

GrammarEdit

===

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No No No No No No No
Nouns No Yes Yes No No No No No
Adjectives No No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns No No No No Yes No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No

=

 There's no conjugation for verbs excpet "be". Also, there's no changing for single or pural for noun. Below will be the word order of different type of sentences. It is not all kind of sentence, but these are the most common sentences.===

Declarative SentenceEdit

1. Subject + V.

2. Subject + V. + Object (+ complement)

3. Subject + Link V. + Predicate

4. Subject + V. + Indirect object + Direct object

5. Subject + Be (+adverb) + Adj. .

(Modal verb can be added after subjects)

( All sentences that tell what you did, what you do, or what you will do, must tell the time before the verbs since there's no verb conjugation )

Interrogatice SentenceEdit

1.  Yes or No

     Be/ Do/Modal Verb+ (declarative sentence) ?

2. The special interrogative sentence

    Subject + why + verb (+ object) ?  /   Why + subject + verb (+ object) ?

    Subject + V. + object + how ?    /    Object + link V. + how?

    Subject (+modal verb) + be + what ?  

    Subject (+modal verb) + be + Who ?   

    Subject + when + V. (+ object) ?   

    Subject (+modal verb) + be + N. of locality + where ?

    Subject + when (+modal verb) + verb (+ object) ?


3. Exclamatory sentence

Subject + Be (+ adverb) + adjective !

Subject + how (+adverb) + adjective !


4.Imperatives sentence

    Please (+Subject) + verb (+object).   Edit

PrepositionEdit

   Subject + en + place/ time + V. + sth. .

( Sb. do sth. in place/ at 'time' )

   Subject + para + sth./ V. sth/ Person + u~r + V. + sth. . 

  (Sb. + V. + sth. + for +  sth./ V.sth/ sb.)

   

     

VocabularyEdit

English Arttain Remarks
behind detrás use after the object
in ···(inside) in···(dema)

in+ "object" + dema

(Inside of "object")

on (top) en (tap)

en + "object" + tap

(on top of "object")

under en···bajo

en + "object" + bajo

(underneath the "object")

left en···lefce

en + "object" + lefce

(on the left of the object)

right en···raic

en + "object" + raic

(on the right of the object)

front en···f~rente

en + "object" + f~rente

(in front of the object)

never nunça

Subject+ nunça +V.+(sth.)

Every ··· evri

Subject+ every (···) +V.+(sth.)

every + ( day/week/ time/ month···)

always alwais Subject+ alwais +V.+(sth.)
often ofeni Subject+ ofeni +V.+(sth.)
usually ujelli Subject+ ujelli +V.+(sth.)
sometimes wéçes Subject+ wéçes +V.+(sth.)
seldom seldom Subject+ seldom +V.+(sth.)
must muste Subject+ muste +V.+(sth.)
need nieda

Subject+ nieda +V.+(sth.)

Subject+ nieda +(Quantifier) object

should jiud Subject+ jiud +V.+(sth.)
could kiud Subject+ kiud +V.+(sth.)
may ¨mäyi Subject+ mäyi +V.+(sth.)
might maice Subject+ maice +V.+(sth.)
can ken Subject+ ken +V.+(sth.)

in/at/on

(time/place/season/year/···)

en en (time/place/season/year/···)
for para··· (u~r) 

Subject + para + sth./place/person + u~r + V. + sth. .

(Subject+for+sth./place/person+so it + V. +sth.)


No. English Artein
1ILa
2you (singular)Sa
3heTa
4weLado
5you (plural)Sado
6theyTado
7thisixaó
8thatixadá
9heresadú
10theregadú
11whoQue
12whatcual
13wheredonde
14whencuando
15howcomó
16notno
17allalle
18manymeni
19somesome
20fewfew
21otheraçer
22oneuno
23twodos
24threetres
25fourcuatro
26fivecinco
27bigbige
28longlon
29widewide
30thickçike
31heavyhavil
32smallsemal
33shortjorte
34narrownarow
35thinçin
36womanfe~raha
37man (adult male)~raha
38man (human being)human
39childd~raha
40wifemegga
41husbanddehha
42motherama
43fatheraba
44animallifeles
45fishfij
46birdflaida
47dogpete
48louselouse
49snakesnake
50wormworme
51treeá~rbol
52forestfo~reste
53stickstike
54fruitf~ruite
55seedsid
56leafleaf
57rootrute
58barkbarko
59flowerflowe~r
60grassg~rasse
61roperope
62skinskina
63meatmeata
64bloodblaed
65bonebone
66fatfata
67eggegge
68hornhorne
69tailtail
70featherfeaçer
71hairheer
72headhead
73earier
74eyeaii
75nosenöse
76mouthmaoç
77toothtuuç
78tonguetongue
79fingernailfingernail
80footfuut
81legleg
82kneenii
83handhende
84wingwinga
85bellybelli
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89breastContionary_Wiki
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207namenemca
No. English Arttain
208 like guisto
209 a/an unoa
210 the (this one/that one) ixaó/ixadá

Example textEdit

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Arttain Wordart (¡Hola!,"Hello" in English) Always be read from the right, left bottom,to the upper right to left. Longer word would have more upper floors.

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