| Carbaik |
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Classification and DialectsEdit
it started more like ujjovekie in its grammar and spelling. Around 541OC (21,330BC) the horse clan imposed their own grammar on them as well as an overdue alphabet. Carbaik was spoken only in private until the kelekeis rebelled against the horse clan's ruel in 592OC.
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Because the original speakers where invaded by an Igenish tribe, it has a mostly English grammar system. the owner of an object is placed in front of the object. for instance, "their ship" becomes "raadatyt gy". ("ship they") this is with the exception of names, in witch 'of' is placed between them. "the" and"a" are not in this language and sentences are stated in the same format without any more change to the sentance.
Names of places have A's in place of the usual vowels. For people, it's I, and for Non-physical beings, it's E.
Example text Edit
/Ne. Gu naa baafe. Gu bay raadatyt gy y ga kepetoyss napa bay gy./
No. I won't be comming. You want their ship and you keep following their will for it.
race of speakers from history of KewebekeysssEdit
TAKOO BALK Beresssy tei