|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
Everything is whistled. Humming doesn't count as speaking to the speakers of this language.
G-The pitch of the note played by the piano key G-32
F-The pitch of the note played by the piano key F-30
E-The pitch of the note played by the piano key E-29
D-The pitch of the note played by the piano key D-27
C-The pitch of the note played by the piano key C-25 (Middle C)
B-The pitch of the note played by the piano key B-24, rare
A-The pitch of the note played by the piano key A-22, rare
Z-Not written, notes the separation of words. G-20.
Double up-Double length
When two of the same sound come with an apostraphe in between, there is a pause. Otherwise, an apostraphe has no Phonological effect.
After A, a G must come next, unless it's the last sound in a word.
In between a lexeme and an affix, or between affixes, add an apostraphe.
No other rules.
Inanimate/Neuter/Mixed-Animate Strong (FBC) [S]
Inanimate/Neuter/Mixed-Animate Logical (FBD) [L]
Inanimate/Neuter/Mixed-Animate Artistic (FBE) [A]
Animate Male (GCF) [M]
Animate Female (GCE) [F]
Mixed/Default (CCA) [T]
End in C.
First add a number-gender prefix.
Then add a definiteness-case prefix.
End in G.
First add a gender-person-number prefix (who prefix).
Then add a tense prefix.
Subject Predicate Object