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Name: [[]]

Type:

Alignment:

Head Direction:

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 Yes No No No No No No
Adjectives Yes 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 Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No Yes Yes No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


SettingEdit

AlphabetEdit

a p b ɛ t d ɘ θ ð e f v ɨ ʃ ʒ i tʃ dʒ o s z ø k g u m y n ɲ ŋ ʔ

A P B Ɛ T D Æ Θ Ð E F V Ɨ Ʃ Ʒ I TƩ DƷ O S Z Ø K G U M Y N Ɲ Ŋ ʔ

vowels: a ɛɘ e ɨ i o ø u y

consonants: p b t d θ ð f v ʃ ʒ tʃ dʒ s z k g m n ɲŋʔ

  • There's an original alphabet based on no-latin characters. That manner of writing shows and emphases grammatic. It will be uploaded!</li></li></li></li>
  • The language can be written also by latin alphabet. In this article you can see it. All of the lowercases (minuscles) are written like in IPA. </li></li></li></li>
  • The capital letters are simple the big ones of the original letter used by IPA. (Exept of that is: ɘ - Æ)</li></li></li></li>
  • The letters tʃand dʒ consist of two letters. Those two letters make one sound.</li></li></li></li>
  • The accent of the words is on the last sillab. Words with accent: substantives, adjectives, adverbs, verbs</li></li></li>
  • so for example prepositions have no accent</li> </li>==Phonology=====Consonants===
    Bilabial Labiode. Dental Alveol. Postalve. Retrofl. Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyn. Epiglot. Glottal
    Plosives p b t d k g

    ʔ

    Affricates
    Fricatives f v

    θ

    ð

    s z

    ʃ

    ʒ

    Lateral Fricatives
    Lateral Affricates
    Nasals m n

    ɲ

    ŋ

    Trills
    Flaps / taps
    Glides Approxim.
    Lateral Appr.
    Co-art. approx.

    VowelsEdit

    Front Near front Central Near back Back
    Close i y

    ɨ

    u
    Near-close
    Close-mid e

    ø

    ɘ

    o
    Mid
    Open-mid

    ɛ

    Near-open
    Open a

    PhonotacticsEdit

    The most of the words have to have a vowel and a voiced or voiceless consonant.

    Consonants:



          • Changing consonant: In basic words in nominative singular there are just voiceless consonants, m, n, ɲ, ŋ and ʔ.



          • It will be often that voiceless sounds will became voiced because of grammatical things.

    {C}Vowels:



          • It's really often that there's a ʔ between two vowels.



          • Changing vowels: It's also often that some vowels change because of grammatical things on this way:



            • a <-> ɛ



            • ɘ <-> e



            • ɨ <-> i



            • ø <-> o



            • y <-> u


    Basic grammarEdit

    Articles:Edit

          • There are basic forms of articles, which can be changed by cases. See at: Changing consonant/ vowel
          • There are three types:
            • Indefinitive:
              • singular: sa and it's forms(?): za; sɛ; zɛ;
              • plural: saŋ; zaŋ; sɛŋ; zɛŋ;
              • we use it like in English
              • a boy - sa kutɨk
            • Definitive:
              • ta and it's forms: da; tɛ; dɛ
              • plural: taŋ, daŋ; tɛŋ; dɛŋ
              • we use it if something is concrete or known
              • we use it also with Proper names, but never with Personal Names (Vistula - ta Fɨsfa; ta Putopaʃt; ta Paŋɨ)
              • the boy - ta kutɨk
            • Additional (?):
              • fo and it's forms: vo; fø, vø
              • plural: faŋ, vaŋ; føŋ; vøŋ
              • we use it if the other two articles are not used
              • it's needed during using cases

    Nouns:Edit

          • All the nouns have to havein nominative at least one low vowel and one voiceless consonant (English: LV, LC) Esperanto (MV, SK)
          • no genders:
          • pluralo: artikolo:
            • saɲ/ taɲ/ foɲ
            • Oni uzu nur pluralon, se nenio alia montras ĝin. Tiam tion nur montras la artikolo!
            • fo puk - book; foŋ puk - books; fo ɛ puk - two books

    Kazoj:Edit

    Kazoj
    Kazoj Reguloj Ekzemplo
    Artikoloj Substantivoj
    Nominativo SK, MV (sa/ ta/ fo) SK, MV sa kut - homo
    Akuzativo SK, MV (sa/ ta/ fo) SK, AV sa kyt - homon
    Dativo SK, MV (sa/ ta/ fo) VK, MV sa gud - al homo
    Genitivo SK, MV (sa/ ta/ fo) VK, AV sa gyd - de homo
    Instrumentalo SK, AV (sɛ/ tɛ/ fø) SK, MV sɛ kut - per homo
    Sociativo SK, AV (sɛ/ tɛ/ fø) SK, AV sɛ kyt - kun homo
    Kaŭzativo? SK, AV (sɛ/ tɛ/ fø) VK, MV sɛ gud - pro homo
    Celativo? SK, AV (sɛ/ tɛ/ fø) VK, AV sɛ gyd - por homo
    Iĝitivo? VK, MV (za/ da/ vo) SK, MV za kut - (iĝis) homo
    Kvantativo? VK, MV (za/ da/ vo) SK, AV za ɛʔef - da akvo
    Senitivo? VK, MV (za/ da/ vo) VK, MV za gud - sen homo
    Farativo VK, MV (za/ da/ vo) VK, AV za gyd - far homo
    Devenivo? VK, AV (zɛ/ dɛ/ vø) SK, MV zɛ kut - de* homo
    Lokativo VK, AV (zɛ/ dɛ/ vø) SK, AV zɛ kyt - ĉe* homo
    Direktivo? VK, AV (zɛ/ dɛ/ vø) VK, MV zɛ gud - al* homo
    Traitivo? VK, AV (zɛ/ dɛ/ vø) VK, AV zɛɲødʒeŋ- en* mateno


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    Prepoziciaj kazojEdit

    Prepoziciaj kazoj estas Devenivo, Lokativo, kaj Direktivo kaj Traitivo. Ili nomiĝas tiel, ĉar ĉiam bezonatas prepozicio por uzi ilin.

    Tiuj prepozicioj estas:

    Devenivo Lokativo Direktivo Traitivo
    aŋðe de antaŭ antaŭ antaŭ + n preter (antaŭ)
    bɛθ de ekster ekster ekster + n
    ɛŋθe de sur sur sur + n tra
    ðɘ de ĉe al preter (ĉe; apud)
    ðy de trans trans trans + n
    ei de apud apud apud + n laŭ
    eʔi de kontraŭ kontraŭ kontraŭ -n
    el en en +n
    ɨski de ĉirkaŭ ĉirkaŭ ĉirkaŭ +n
    zybɘ desupre super super + n
    zyb de sub sub sub + n
    supe de malsupre malsuper malsuper + n
    ku de malantaŭ malantaŭ malantaŭ + n
    kyski de/ el inter inter inter + n

    antaŭ la domo - aŋðe dɛ kyt

    aliaj prepozicioj kun nominativo (tempaj): ekde - ĝis - antaŭ - post - je -a -an...

    Middlepositions(?)Edit

    </li>

  • ili estas mezpozicioj ĉar ili kaj estas antaŭ la vorto kaj post</li>
  • Minor editEdit SummaryAntaŭrigardo

    Add features and mediaEdit

    Photo Gallery Slideshow Sliderili estas nur pri tempo </li>

  • ili regas nominativon</li>
  • je, en - si ... si</li>
  • </li>
  • AdjectivesEdit

          • 4 genroj:
            • pozitiva:
              • SK, AV
              • ʒøe - bona
            • meza:
              • VK, AV
              • ʃøe - "silbona"
            • mala (negativa)
              • VK, MV
              • ʃoɘ
            • sena:
              • finiĝas per -ʔ(i)pi; -ʔɨpɨ
              • aʔɘfʔɨpɨ - akva
          • Mezigo:
            • -(ɨ/i)ŋ
            • ʒøeŋ
          • Altigo:
            • -(ɨ/i)ɲ(ɨ/i)
            • ʒøeɲi

    NumbersEdit

    0 - nuŋ

    0 - nuŋ ytʃ
    1 - a 11 - ama 21 - ɛma
    2 - ɛ 12 - amɛ
    3 - ɘ 13 -
    4 - e ...
    5 - ɨ
    6 - i
    7 - o
    8 - ø
    9 - u
    10 - am

    234 - ɛytʃɘm e


    Personal PronounsEdit

    fo mɨŋs

    mi
    fo tɨŋs vi
    fo θɨŋs li, ŝi
    fo ʃɨŋs ĝi
    foŋ mɨŋs ni
    foŋ tɨŋs vi
    foŋ θɨŋs ili (persono)
    foŋ ʃɨŋs ili (objekto)

    La personaj pronomoj samajn regulojn sekvas kiel substantivoj pri kazoj.

    Ni cetere ne uzas ilin, ĉar la verba finaĵo montras la personon!

    Oni -

    ekz-e: al mi: fo mɨŋz aŭ mia - fo minz

    TranslitterringEdit

    It's about how to make an international word into this language. It's mainly about proper names.


          • The sounds of letters in the original language rest with transliterration
          • The sounds of letters which are not in this langugae, those became the nearest ones
          • Some sounds which are the most used by other languages but they aren't in this language:
            • (ts) - tʃ
            • (dz) - tʃ
            • (h), (ç), (x) - θ
            • (j) - ʃ
            • (r), (l) - ŋ
            • (w) - f

    AffixesEdit

            • person:
              • kutu
            • male word:
              • the ending is: -ɨ
              • kutɨ
            • female word:
              • finiĝas per: -ɘ
              • kutɘ
            • ida genro:
              • la afikso "-id" en esperanto
              • la finaĵo estas: -a
              • kuta - infano
            • virida:
              • vira ido
              • kutaɨ
            • virinida:
              • kutaɘ

    DictionaryEdit

    Ĉiu vorto havas sian historieton pri deveno. Ankaŭ tio estas aldonita al la vortaro kut - (mi batis la klavaron kaj poste forigis literojn por ke ne estu unu apud la alia du vokaloj aŭ konsonantoj)

    ɲødʒeŋ - mateno (restaĵo de mia unua planlingvprovo "röggel", kiu venas de la hungare "reggel")

    fusepo - pluvo (venas de la Setowu-a lingvo "vuzebo")

    puk - libro (venas de mia unua planlingvo, kiu venas de la angla "book" aŭ germana "Buch")

    aʔɘf - akvo (venas de la latina aqua)


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