Slovechen is the final language in the Slovamance tree, it is mostly a noun-based language and has cases and conjugations. Gender is relativly non-existant except for certain things. The previous name was Khravenska but Slovechen seemed to fit more for it. Her sister language which is a west-Slovamantic language is Cszyhrvasque. The Slovamance tree splits in two directions. West and East, the West has more of a romantic influence while the east more slavic resulting in the fact that Slovechen is an eastern form. The pronounciation of letters developed from areas such as Spanish and Russian. Grammar is mostly that of Germanic origin. And words range from the Romantic to the Slvic and even some Sino(Chinese and Japanese). The look of the language is most definently that of slavic but can sometimes kind of look Arabic example would be, saqat which means to take. Originally many Slovamance languages used a variant of the Cyrillic alphabet, but has evolved to the latin which was hard due to the aspect that many languages in the slovamance tree have sounds of slavic origin which does not appear in romantics. So letters weere adapted for a substitute.(Examples kh-q, ch-cz,sh-sz,zh-zc,ts-c,ih-j,sch-csz) Also due to the fact that some Slovamantic languages have a Hard sign in cyrillic the use of the ' was adapted to show this for example, Samag is pronounced (Sah-mahk) but Samag' is pronounced (Sah-mahg)
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Slovechen has no country based area but is used in many of my writings and notes. I have begun to translate songs and other material and will soon apply for it's use in wikipedia which will take some effort.
|Flaps / taps|
|Front||Near front||Central||Near back||Back|
Basic Grammar / Baciqna GrammatikoEdit
For you to be able to understand Slovechen you first must know the alphabet and it's sounds if you're going to pronounce it right. If you know spanish or russian than it wont be much of a problem.
|English Equivalent||Slovechen||Sounds(IPA)||Names of Letters(How you pronounce them)||Examples in English|
|W||LL ll||w||Dseba Ehl||Wait|
|hard f or soft v||Ww||vf||Vereh||like russian word Moskva|
Verbs are the backbone of many languages with out it in grammar the complete reality of communication would be impossible. Slovechen is a mostly noun-verb based language meaning that many verbs and nouns are the same. Example- Begiem=I run as to Begico=runner. Verbs conjugate according to person and tense and mood. Something upon which her Western Sister has a lack of which is the conjugation for person. The verb table is below.All verbs follow this table there are no special cases.
|Slovechen Verb(Infinitive form)||Simple Pronounciation||I||You||He,She,It||We||You(plural)||They|
|Past||Add al to end then conjugate|
|Future||Add (will)Bujc and conjugate it instead of the verb|
|To run||Begat||Bujciem Begat||Bujcaju Begat||Bujcit Begat||Bujcamo Begat||
|Subjunctive||leave the at ending and then conjugate|
|Command||conjugate by using -itie|