Rebeca needed another item to achieve power--and she thought a language would be a wonderful way to achieve it. Every form of word is changed if it is referring to her.
The alphabet is just like the English alphabet--the consonants are just changed. Simple as that. b = z c = y d = x f = w g = v h = t j = s k = r l = q m = p n = n p = m q = l r = k s = j t = h v = g w = f x = d y = c z = b
Just like Spanish (and several other languages), when using an adjective or adverb to describe a noun or verb, the adjective always goes after the verb or adverb. When describes someone female, something done by a female, or something done like that of a female, the phrase "ette" goes after the word. And, if it's referring to Rebeca, something posessed by Rebeca, something done by Rebeca, or something done in the style of Rebeca, it is called "gopih".
I like reading→ I qire keaxinvette. Bubblegum ice cream is delicious.→Zuzzqevup iye ykeapette ij xeqiyiouj. Rebeca is my master→Gopih ij py pajhek.