| Varlonek |
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Varlonek (in English Varlonian) is a language spoken in Varlonie and is the second language of the ex colonies of this nation
Classification and DialectsEdit
Varlonek is a very popular language in Semernet (the continent of Varlonie). Varlonian has many dialects, spoke in the Varlonian Peninsula and also in some colonies or ex-colonies (defined “Colonial dialects”). The only thing that distinguish dialects by Varlonek is the phonetics: the grammar is similar, but sometimes not (for example, the dialects spoke in the south of the country)
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In -5000 groups of people started to speak a new language: Varia Linguo. We don't have many informations, but recently studies can create a basilary grammar and vocabulary. Most of the words are rebuilt.
In -1500 Fittic people went to the Varlone Peninsula, and create a new language ,Fittican, the fundament of Varlonek. From -1798 to 612 (years of the Fittican kingdom, then republic) Fittican was modified lots of times.
In Varlonek, there are 2 conjugations:
-Verbs in -IA that exprime real actions (e.g to make, to speak, to cook, etc...)
-Verbs in -IO that exprime irreal actions (e.g to think, to love, etc...)
There are also another one conjugation, verbs in -ON. They aren't many:
-To be (ivon)
-To do (ēton)
-To desire (werpon) NOTE: this verb isn't use very often in the common language, only in formal and high speaking.
-To be on the verge of (Kønson) NOTE: it as only the certative mood (look at moods and times section)
-To can [with the meaning in the sentence "Can I open the window?] (Jolon)
Moods & timesEdit
In Varlonek there are 6 moods:
-Certative: that exprime actions who are sure to do
-Uncertative: that exprime actions who aren't sure to do
-Desiderative: that exprime actions impossible to do or wanted
-Imperative: that exprime actions to do absolutley
-Menative: that exprime:
1) actions that are do often
2) actions that are do before speaking [e.g What are you doing? I'm reading]
-Base form: this is use very often to exprime some sintatticals forms. It is also named IA, IO, ON form.
There are 3 times: Past, Present, Future
-IA conjugation (Example verb: Tolm [speak/talk])Edit
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