Tychish (Tīchisc) is a conlang, mostly based on Dutch, German, English and Latin. It is the ancestor of New-Tychish and looks somewhat like Old-English or Old-Dutch.
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The Tychish alphabet consists of 26 letters. It has mostly latin letters, except for the Thor þ, which is pronounced like 'th', as in 'thing'.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T þ U V W X Y Z
Though it consists of these letters, letters like k, w and z are merely used. Combinations of letters are possible, though only some are:
- 'sc', which is always pronounced like [sk]
- 'gh', which is pronounced as the Arabic "kha" or as in the Scottish 'loch'
- 'ch', same as 'gh'
- 'ae', which is basically a longer [a]
Tychish grammar is mostly based on the grammar of Germanic languages. Basically the whole language is based on Old English and Old Dutch.
Personal and posessive
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There is just one irregular verb, and that's the verb "to be". All the other verbs are regular and follow the following pattern:
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