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Number of genders:

Declensions: No

Conjugations: No

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No No No No No No No
Nouns No No No 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 No 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




Sentence StructureEdit

Basic Frieirs sentences follow the SVO structure. Sentences with double verbs and a pronoun object follow the SV(V)O structure.

Examples (Subject is bolded, Verb is italicized):

Basic Sentence

'O' loucs bras amps (say: o loʊk bʁɑ 'zɒmp) - I jump over the wall
Sers ers mem fat tazh jem (say: seʁ zeʁ mem fæt taʒ dʒɛm) - Teachers teach the same subjects every day

Dual Verbs
Ya ha tour troi örds ar cans yamf (say: jɑ hɑ toʊ tʁoi ɜrd zɒ kæ̃ zjɑmf) - They wanted to ask where their nephews where
Four cur ey lyo räts (say: foʊ cœ ʁei lijo ʁɛt) - Can you solve this puzzle


Verbs in Frieirs do not change form but rather utilize helper verbs before and after the main verb to convey tenses, moods and voices. Besides the basic grammatical tenses, moods and voices found in many languages, Frieirs contains other helper verbs to express other aspects unique to the language.

The following verbs will be used as examples:
1.) LOUCS - jump
2.) TORS - get
3.) OUAZ - know
4.) TÖRS - answer
5.) AR - be
6.) LUS - be (location)


The Simple Present and the Present Progressive are covered in this tense. No helper verbs are needed. Just the standalone verb communicates this tense.

LOUCS o loucs, a loucs I jump, he/she/it jumps I am jumping, he/she/it is jumping
TORS o tors, a tors I get, he/she/it gets I am getting, he/she/it is getting
OUAZ o ouaz, a ouaz I know, he/she/it knows I am knowing, he/she/it is knowing
TÖRS o törs, a törs I answer, he/she/it answers I am answering, he/she/it is answering
AR o ar, a ar I am, he/she/it is I am being, he/she/it is being
LUS o lus, a lus I am (at), he/she/it is (at) I am being (at), he/she/it is being (at)


Past ha ar ha tours ha cor ha eins (2) ha tor ha sreiv ha baas
Future ar wor tours wor (3) cor wor (4) eins wor tor wor sreiv wor baas wor
Imperfect zai ar zai tours zai cor zai eins zai tor zai sreiv zai baas
Past Perfect (5) ha lin ar ha lin tours ha lin cor ha lin eins ha lin tor ha lin sreiv ha lin baas
Present Perfect lin ar lin tours lin cor lin eins lin tor lin sreiv lin baas
Conditional ous ar ous tours ous cor ous eins ous tor ous sreiv (6) ous baas
Command ar tours cor eins tor sreiv baas
Gerundial Noun ar ar (7) tours tours cor cor eins eins tor tor sreiv sreiv baas baas


Example textEdit

O tour nǎu om muivs - I want to go to the movies now [lit: I want now to movie]

A ha feir weiv - He tried to give it [lit: He tried give]

Yo ha tour har vaar ha hous - We wanted to see what had happened [lit: We wanted see what happened]

A sǎv oust ein o - He looks big like me [lit: He appear big like I]

Four e ers ang mörscht - Can you teach the students? [lit: Can you teach {pluralizer} student]

Mul mou tour a rou te ultsh - He had just wanted to go to school [lit: Only now want he go towards school]

A ha har o sar o loucs uts beisch airr - He saw me as I jumped on the house yesterday [lit: He saw I while I jump on house yesterday]

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