27 December 2009

Langenese

Nathan likes to create languages, and so I have made a quick one with my understanding.


Langenese
Alphabet
Pronounced similar to English, with Жx being /sh/ and Ѳѳ being /th/
Aa Ee Ii Oo Uu Bb Dd Ff Gg Hh Jj Ll Mm Nn Pp Rr Ss Vv Ww Yy Жx Ѳѳ
Structure
TM-V-S
DO and IO have free word order
Prepositions precede their objects
Tense Markers
Past (simple)
Eon
Plus-Past (simple)
Plo
Present
Ivo
Command
Lom
Future (simple)
Loe
Plus-Future (simple)
Flo
Simple tenses are used in literature to simplify the number of tenses
Pronouns
Type
Subject/OP
DO
IO
Possessive
1st singular (I)
O
A
I
E
2nd singular (You)
Yo
Ya
Yi
Ye
3rd singular (S/He)
Go
Ga
Gi
Ge
1st plural (We)
Mo
Ma
Mi
Me
2nd plural (You)
So
Sa
Si
Se
3rd plural (They)
Wo
Wa
Wi
We
The vowels of pronouns all have their long vowel sound

Verb Conjugation
Infinitive
-ep
-ap
-io
Singular
-ed
-ad
-on
plural
-eps
-aps
-ios
Verbs are conjugated based soley on number of subject

Example Regular Verb Conjugations
Jaep (to Walk)
Parap (to talk in a conversation)
Manio (to eat)
Jaed
Parad
Manon
Jaeps
Paraps
Manios

Example Irregular Verb Conjugation
Vio (to be)
Va
Ar

Example Sentences
Eon jaed o = I walked
Ivo jaeps mo = We walk
Lom jaed yo = Walk!

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