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Komumede is an auxiliary language, developed for international neutrality. At least I think so, maybe it's hard to speak, I can't say I know, maybe it's an art language. What do I know.
The alphabet is simple and only on 14 letters, IPA values the same as the letters. The letters are chosen to be ones that can be universally pronounced by almost everyone.
To ease pronunciation, Komumede has a simple syllable structure that can be repeated for up to 4 syllables.
Komumede uses concepts or theories in noun form instead of separate words to form new stems through the value of positivity (abbreviated POS), negativity (NEG) and mood (COM, as in 'command'), expressed in up to a score of two.
For example, the words many and all are expressed with a positive score of 1 and 2, respectively, on the stem number, and can be used as a grammatical number for specific words. The stem movement can mean running with a COM score of 1, run! with a COM score of 2, the same as the stem if it is not modified, standing with a NEG score of 1, inanimate with a NEG score of 2, energic with a POS score of 1 and unstoppable with a POS score of 2.
The way words are inflected is with tones and vowel length, both of course only on vowels. Even though it may take some time to get used to tones for an English speaker, there are only two - high and low. High tones are represented with the acute accent < ´ >, low tones are represented with the grave diacritic < ` >, and long vowels are either represented with the macron < ¯ >, or duplication < aa >, depending on the user's preference. High tones represent positivity, low tones represent negativity, length represents mood.
With the 1 and 2 scores, it simply changes tone or length on the first 1 or 2 vowels, respectively.