| New Germanic |
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New Germanic is a constructed language developed by French, German, English and Dutch scientists to make communicating easier.
Classification and DialectsEdit
In New Germanic, a few dialects are spoken. But there is only one dialect which is had to learn for a New Germanic speaker, tone new germanic. Tone new germanic uses tone to conjugate verbs. For example:
- New Germanic honom can be said with any tone, it means dog
- Tone new germanic hònóm means human and hónòm means dog hònòm means nothing and hónóm means human and dog ("I saw a human and a dog walk" "Sede koby wekede hónómem"
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The nouns in New Germanic will be different when using one of the four genders (feminine, masculine, neutral and other), the number (singular, plural or unknown) and eight cases:
- Nominative which indicates the subject of a finite verb
- Accusative which indicates the direct object of a verb
- Dative which indicates the indirect object of a verb
- Ablative which indicates movement from something, or cause
- Genitive which indicates the possessor of another noun
- Vocative which indicates an adressee
- Locative which indicates a location
- Instrumental which indicates an object used in performing an action
Verbs conjugate according to person, mood, tense and number. There are 3 persons in New Germanic
- 1st person
- 2nd person
- 3th person
New Germanic has 3 moods:
- Indicative indicates that something is a statement of reality or a fact
- Subjunctive used in dependent clauses to discuss hypothetical or unlikely events, as well as to express emotion, opinion, wishes, polite requests, and necessity; also used in conditional sentences for both the conditions and consequences
- Imperative used for orders and requests
Only a few tenses:
- Present actions according at the time of speech
- Future events occurring in the future
- Past events that have occured in the past
And 3 numbers: singular, plural and unknown. Unknown is used when talking about, for example, people breaking into your house but you don't know how many people broke in. Then, you would say: "Brokde outh by hes" (outh being number unknown)
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The official word order as described in language documents is VSO, VerbSubjectObject. But because of the suffix system any word order can be used. If writing a formal letter, it is strongly advised to use VSO or SVO.
For the main article, see: New Germanic Lexicon
Example text Edit
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1 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.
- Erege hemne bernde frej et ɣleik toh diɣnet et rojks. Erege-ge andwed i rez et cosjan et sheɣewge akɣe em tho toh sperɣet eɣ bratzahɣ
- Are human beings born free and equal in dignity and rights. Are they endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards eachother in spirit of brotherhood.