| Qa'ya |
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Classification and DialectsEdit
Qa'ya is a West-Slavic-based language with the latin alphabet. It heavily uses the /k/ sound heavily in the form of 'q'.
Qa'ya uses the Latin alphabet with no letter 'w'. An apostraphe is used as a pause. A asterix over a letter means you add a /j/ sound in front of it.'Q' is pronounced like a K. Drop the letter 'h' unless if it is a 'ch', 'sh' or a 'ph'. Example: Qa'a* is "Ka ya" in English
I - a* You - te* They - ab'ch It/That - u*b'sh [own]er - [qa'ai*]fe*r We (Plural I) - [a*]q'u*c The - fu* [Playing] Place - qac'la*m-dc'fa*r
The "ve*" prefix negates a verb. The infinitive of a verb is used in all cases of the verb. The "n*" suffix means I [verb] in... The "I*u" suffix means to make the verb an adverb. u*q - to exist qu* - to be slave* - to make so* - to like/love qa'qi* - to have le*bur - to work qocta* - to cost qocvla - to buy eros - to consume e*uce - to destroy qa'fi - to move qac'la*m - to play vea*r - to wear
Sentence Word Order: <adverbs> qi'a* <verb> u* <adjectives for subject> qi'a* <subject> u* <adjectives for object> qi'a* <object> u* <timing> So, "Sometimes, I go to the Shop." would be "go u* I u* Shop u* Sometimes" Question Word Order: <qword> va*'i* <sentence>? This enquires something about the sentence. "Where va*'i* exists u* The Shop?" means "Where does the Shop exist" or enquiring Where the sentence happens.
I go to the shop - u*q'n* u* a* u* fe*-qocvla-dc'fa*r. (yuk'yn yu ya yu fye-kosvla-ds'fyar)