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'A langüa Florenze
|Pronunciation:||IPA: [a ɫangwa fɫɑrɛnt͡sɛ]|
|Created by:||Andrew Pereira Justiniano|
|Setting and usage:||Personal|
|Category (purpose):|| Indo-European|
|Category (sources):||Greek, Latin and Romance Languages|
Florenze is an Italo-Dalmatian constructed language created on October 2016 by Andrew Pereira(Redwars22). It is largely distinct from Latin and Italian in terms of phonology and sound changes. Latin *k, *s, *j, *v and *l changed into *t͡ʃ, *ʂ, *ʝ, *β and *ɫ before all vowels and in all positions while sounds like /θ/ and /ð/ got introduced into the language(mainly from Greek loans and from /d:/) and many consonant clusters like /pl/ were kept. Some words with /d/ or /t/ before /i/ changed into /dz/ or /ts/ while words with /d:/ changed into /ð/. The vowels /e/ and /o/ became /ɛ/ and /ɑ/ in all positions. Both its grammar and morphology are pretty similar to other European languages, especially the Romance ones and it has 2 genders(masculine and feminine), 2 numbers(singular and plural), 3 tenses(present, past and future), 3 persons(1st, 2nd and 3rd), 5 moods(indicative, conditional, subjunctive, jussive and imperative) and 2 aspects(perfect and imperfect) and the copula verbs are "to", "esiri" and "aviri" respectively, and "to" is only used with predicates. The language also has a distinction in the 1st person plural between inclusive(nozaltre) and exclusive(vid). An English-Florenze dictionary can be found here.
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Tuti humani sano liberi et eqüali dans digüeniti et diriti. Posudiano razana et qüonsienza et deviano aziri un-ad-altre amb un spiretu dda faterniteta.
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.