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Toko is an auxiliary language based on western European languages. Tokian word "toko" means "to talk".
Alphabet and pronouncation Edit
There are 28 letters in Toko: a, æ, b, c, d, δ, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, η, o, p, r, s, t, θ, u, λ, v, w, y. Tokian alphabets hasn't q, x, and z. Because "qu" could be changed to "kw", "x" could be changed to "ks", and "z" could be changed to "j". But Tokian alphabet has æ, δ, η, θ, and λ. If there is no way to type these five, they also could be typed to ae, dh, ng, th, and x. All of these are Greek alphabets(except æ): delta, eta, theta, and lambda.
Tokian alphabets sounds like this.
|letter||v/c||IPA||as in||letter||v/c||IPA||as in|
|A a||vowel||[a]||arm||M m||consonant||[m]||maybe|
|Æ æ||vowel||[æ]||apple||N n||consonant||[n]||name|
|B b||consonant||[b]||ball||Η η||consonant||[ŋ]||singer|
|C c||consonant||[ʧ]||chain||O o||vowel||[o]||odd|
|D d||consonant||[d]||day||P p||consonant||[p]||pull|
|Δ δ||consonant||[ð]||they||R r||consonant||[r]||row|
|E e||vowel||[e]||end||S s||consonant||[s]||snow|
|F f||consonant||[f]||fly||T t||consonant||[t]||tall|
|G g||consonant||[g]||gate||Θ θ||consonant||[θ]||thing|
|H h||consonant||[h]||hat||U u||vowel||[u]||push|
|I i||vowel||[ɪ]||itch||Λ λ||VOWEL||[ɐ]||about|
|J j||consonant||[ʤ]||joy||V v||consonant||[v]||voice|
|K k||consonant||[k]||kite||W w||semivowel||[w]||will|
|L l||consonant||[l]||low||Y y||semivowel||[j]||yell|
Basic Grammar Edit
All Tokian nouns end with -o. Ex) deio(day), nokto(night), go(person), etc. And all plural nouns ends with -a. Ex) deia(days), nokta(nights), ga(people), etc. But proper nouns are same as English. Ex) London(London), George Washington(George Washington), etc. If proper noun was made up with normal words, it should be translated to Toko. Ex) a grati waro (the great wall).
All Tokian adjectives ends with "-i". Ex) kalei(beautiful), boni(good), etc. And adjectives could be changed to noun: with removing the final "-i" and adding "-o". Ex) kalei(beautiful) <-> kaleo(beautiful thing), boni(good) <-> bono(good thing).
Tokian adverbs ends with "-e".
"Dictionarycal" form of Tokian verbs ends with "-u". Ex) toku(talk), tomu(cut), etc. But these were not used in real sentences. "Real" form of verbs has three tenses(present, past, future). Present tenses ends with "-us", past tenses ends with "-ud", future tenses ends with "-ul".
For more information about Tokian grammar, see here.
Basic words Edit
Complete dictionary Edit
Example text Edit