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La Lingua Sermagno Edit

The language Sermagno is a Latin-Based language. It has 2 genders, 2 numbers, and has 3 grammatical persons.

Sermagno
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Alignment
Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Genders
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
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Person Number
Tense Aspect
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L'Alfabeto de SermagnoEdit

The alphabet has 25 letters.

Aa-as in fAther

Bb-as in Bet

Cc-as in Cat, or City before 'i' and 'e'

Dd-as in Dog

Ee-as in bEt

Ff-as in Feel

Gg-as in Go; never messaGe

Hh-silent letter

Ii-as in fEEt

Jj-as is Just

Kk-as in Kite

Ll-as in Let

Mm-as in Moon

Nn-as in Noon

Oo-as in Open

Pp-as in Person

Qq-always with 'u'; as in Quite

Rr-rolled 'r' as in Spanish peRo

Ss-as in Sell; never roSe

Tt-as in Tell

Uu-as in bOOt

Vv-as in Wine

Xx-as in boX

Yy-as in fEEt, unless before of between vowels, then it is Yet

Zz-as in THis


GrammarEdit

Nouns: Edit

All nouns have 2 genders: masculine and feminine. As well as 2 numbers: singular and plural. Singular masculine normally end in '-o' and singular feminine normally end in '-a', but words that end in '-zion' are feminine as well. Plural masculine ending is '-i' and plural feminine ending is '-e'.

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Adjectives always complement the noun and go after the noun. Ex: L'Omano bello, La Muller bella; L'Omani belli, La Mullere belle

Verbs: Edit

The verbs have 7 tenses, 3 types, and 3 persons. The 3 types are '-ar', '-er', and '-ir'. An '-ar' verb, like 'amar', conjugates in the present tense like so: eo amo, tu amas, ello amat, nos amamos, vos amates, and elli aman

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