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Type
Alignment
Head direction
Tonal
No
Declensions
No
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
2
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



General informationEdit

Worslandic is a Germanic Language; that comes from English. Its spoken in Northern England, in the Yorkshire and Lancashire Areas.

FlagEdit

GeneralEdit

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb Yes No No Yes No No No No
Nouns Yes No No No No No No No
Adjectives Yes No No No No No No No
Numbers Yes Yes No No No No No No
Participles No No No Yes No No No No
Adverb No No No Yes No No No No
Pronouns Yes No Yes No Yes No No No
Adpositions Yes No No No No No No No
Article Yes Yes No No Yes No No No
Particle No No No No No Yes No No


AlphabetEdit

Ma langue

Worslandic Alphabet Aþàrbegt de Wørslandsk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Phonetic_Alphabet

PhonotacticsEdit

Articles and NounsEdit

In Worslandic, there are 2 genders 'Masculine and Feminine'.
Masculine nouns use 'Un' for 'A'.
Feminine nouns use 'Um' for 'A'.
We will take the two nouns Tree (Trig) and Cat (Gjat).

Singular Plural
Masculine Un Trig Trigos
Feminine Um Gjat Gjatas

Masculine and Feminine nouns both use 'Hje' for 'The'.
We will take the two nouns Tree (Trig) and Cat (Gjat).

Singular Plural
Masculine Hjo Trig Hjos Trigos
Feminine Hja Gjat Hjas Gjatas

The Article 'The' conjugates depending on gender. Here is the table.

Singular Masculine Singular Feminine Plural Masculine Plural Feminine
A (Some) Un Um Djos Djas
The Hjo Hja Hjos Hjas

NumbersEdit

1 - Umo (umo)
2 - Djes (days)
3 - Trés (trrays)
4 - Ĉuatrá (cuatrra)
5 - Ĉïnqá (chinka)
6 - Séi (sei)
7 - Syṽen (see-vein)
8 - Eucht (ookt)
9 - Néu (new)
10 - Zéi (tz-ei)

VerbsEdit

(Fact: All verbs in Worslandic end in je)
Here is a list of the main Irregular verbs:-
Þje - To Be
Aje - To Have
Maje - To Eat
Bevje - To Drink
Ṽaje - To go
Faje - To do/make
Villje - To want
Géetje - To get

To Be - ÞjeEdit

I am - Eć e
You are - Þe es
He/She is - Ilò/Ilà est
We are - Wiò etiò
You are - Þiò etiò
They are - Ilòs/Ilàs etiòs

To Have - AjeEdit

I have - Eć a
You have - Þe as
He/She has - Ilò/Ilà ast
We have - Wiò aviò
You have - Þiò aviò
They have - Ilòs/Ilàs aviòs

To Go - ṼajeEdit

I go - Eć ṽa
You go - Þe ṽas
He/She goes - Ilò/Ilà ṽa
We go - Wiò ṽaiò
You go - Þiò ṽaiò
They go - Ilòs/Ilàs ṽaiòs

To find the stem of a verb, you simply remove the je ending.

Present TenseEdit

To form the Present Tense, you remove the je ending and add the following endings shown in the table below. We will use the verb 'To swim' Narje as our example:

Person Pronoun Verb Ending
1st singular (I) Nare
2nd singular (You) Þe Nares
3rd singular (He/She) Ilò/Ilà Narest
1st plural (We) Wiò Nar
2nd plural (You) Þiò Nar
3rd plural (They) Ilòs/Ilàs Nariòs

The present tense is used to talk about what we do/are doing.
Here are the following translations for the sentences:

I sit on the chair.
Eć zyte pi hjo ĉér.

I eat my breakfast every day.
Eć ette mja pauseþaĉhe evrydag.

Imperfeita TenseEdit

To form the Imperfect Tense, you remove the je ending and add the following endings shown in the table below. We will use the verb 'To swim' Narje as our example:

Person Pronoun Verb Ending
1st singular (I) Naráis
2nd singular (You) Þe Naráis
3rd singular (He/She) Ilò/Ilà Naráit
1st plural (We) Wiò Naraìo
2nd plural (You) Þiò Naraìo
3rd plural (They) Ilòs/Ilàs Naraìo/aìa

The Imperfect Tense is used to talk about what we used to do or what we did.

I described the woman. Eć dyskribáis hja fréu.

SyntaxEdit

VocabularyEdit

Worslandic Dictionary

=Example textEdit

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