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Here are some sample texts in the Bengedian language.

Schleicher's fableEdit

BengedianEdit

Thu uwa at thum swasen

Am séutoi, uwa ke ne sed udiwa auged swasen. On swas ide šuscem šugusca, on ide furem unde roge, at on ide furem berme tu fasceš. Thu uwa losed thuni swaseni "Sas arda abane, carke loa berme kie guyanem swasen." Thum swasen lósedon "Wicsonet de, uwa, čom sans ardan abanon carke augon thi. Berm, kie rešom, tuse uwas udiwa o yarem befite šamutu sus. At, uwa ne sere udiwa. Am wicsonem thi, thu uwa bauged thui grašoi.

English (literal)Edit

The sheep and the horses

On hill, sheep who not had wool saw horses. One horse was pulling wagon, one was carrying big load, and one was carrying person with speed. The sheep said to the horses, "My heart hurts, when I see person who is driving horses." The horses said, "Listen, sheep, for our hearts hurt when we see this. Person, who is ruler, uses sheep's wool to make his own warm clothes. And, sheep not has wool." On hearing this, the sheep fled to the plain.

English (free)Edit

The sheep and the horses

On a hill, a sheep which had no wool saw horses, one pulling a wagon, one carrying a big load, and one carrying a man quickly. The sheep said to the horses, "It pains my heart to see a man driving horses." The horses said, "Listen, sheep. It pains our hearts when we see this: A man, the master, makes the sheep's wool into a garment for himself. And the sheep has no wool." Upon hearing this, the sheep fled into the plain.

Universal Declaration of Human RightsEdit

BengedianEdit

Dus bermen mon yarec kion čuserec at copten yo sičole at candálec. Hen mon dalec thu nusem at andomótome, at hen noron fašem súnethi tu motad predires.

English (literal)Edit

All people are made such that they are unbound and equal with respect to dignity and permission. They are given thinking and conscience, and they must do to each other with feeling of brotherhood.

English (free)Edit

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

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