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EASY LANGUAGE ;)

Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 12:37

Hey, i am going to create a very simple language :). Here are some basic verb rules:
Present (example): Studo [to study]

Astudo [i study]
Estudo [you study]
Istudo [he studies/she studies]
Nastudo [we study]
Nestudo [you study]
Nistudo [they study]

So, let's revise: the prefix 'a' means first person, singular. The prefix 'e' means second person, singular. The prefix 'i' mean third person, singular. Then, the prefix 'na' means first person, plural. The prefix 'ne' means second person, plural and the prefix 'ni' means third person, plural. The ending is the same as at the infinitive. [=o]

Let's go on with the future. I shall use the same verb, Studo.

Astuda [i will study]
Estuda [you will study]
Istuda [he/she will study]
Nastuda [we will study]
Nestuda [you will study]
Nistuda [they will study]

Revise: So we simply drop the 'o' ending and replace it with 'a'.

PAST SIMPLE. Same verb Studo

Astude [i studied]
Estude [you studied]
Istude [he/she studied]
Nastude [we studied]
Nestude [you studied]
Nistude [they studied]

So we simply change the 'o' ending into an 'e' ending.

That's all for the moment. Is it difficult? I guess not. You can suggest some other rules, verbs and words if you want. [i'd like spanish, italian, english, german or french resembling words, because it would be more easier, don't you think?] :)
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 12:38

NOTE: Each verb shall start with a consonant and end with a vowel. But there will be also a few irregular verbs. I hope it'll work :)
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 12:58

Oh i forgot the alphabet: It's easy!
A [like 'u' in SUN]
B [like 'b' in BLACK]
C [like 'c' in COMMON]
D [like 'd' in DEAD]
E [like 'e' in PERO]
F [like 'f' in FEATHER]
G [like 'J' in JACK]
H [not pronounced]
I [like 'ee' in SLEEP]
J [same as G]
K [same as C]
L [like 'l' in LICK]
M [like 'm' in MOON]
N [like 'n' in NOSE]
O [like 'o' in DOT]
P [like 'p' in POLISH]
Q [like 'ck' in SICK]
R [like 'r' in RAT]
S [like 's' in SNAKE]
T [like 't' in TODOS]
U [like 'oo' in MOON]
V [like 'v' in VICE]
W [like 'w' in WALTER]
X [like 'x' in EX]
Y [like 'ie' in LIE]
Z [like 'z' in ZERO]

+ VERY RARE LETTER:
ç [like 'ch' in SPEECH = used only at the end of the words] [SHORTCUT: ALT+135 or ALT+0231]
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 13:11

Some basic words:
Already: eia [from SPANISH ya]
Always: atut [from ROMANIAN întotdeauna]
Late: tar [from SPANISH tarde]
Never: nonca [from SPANISH nunca]
Often: des [from ROMANIAN des]
Yearly: anual [from ROMANIAN anual]
Soon: ponto [from SPANISH pronto]
Yesterday: hier [from FRENCH hier]
Here: asi [from SPANISH aqui]
Good: bon [from FRENCH bon]
But: me [pronounced like FRENCH mais]
And: y [from SPANISH y]
With: avec [from FRENCH avec]
Or: or [from ENGLISH or]
Despite: pesqa [from SPANISH pese aque]

I am ready for corrections and suggestions. :)

NOTE: The words must be pronounced as it's written in the alphabet :) . There are a few exceptions d'oh...
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 13:49

I shall continue the verb rules and tenses...

Present Continuous
Preso Coninus

Astudy [i am studying]
Estudy [you are studying]
Istudy [he/she is studying]
Nastudy [we are studying]
Nestudy [you are studying]
Nistudy [they are studying]

Revise: All you have to do is to replace the 'o' ending with the 'y' ending. Use the alphabet for pronounciation help. ;)

Imperative
Imperatio

Stude [2nd person singular]
Studi [3rd person singular]
Studan [1st person plural]
Studen [2nd person plural]
Studin [3rd person plural]

Revise: I think it's obvious ;) :D .
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 14:06

Other verbs with same conjugation:

Muro = to die
Culto = to learn
Seso = to know
Smo = to smell
Sido = to see
Fento = to feel
Testo = to taste/to test
Berivo = to drink

This was the first verb group. Soon we shall see the second one.
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 14:35

Verb Ases [to be]
Present
Preso

as [i am]
es [you are]
is [he/she/it is]
nas [we are]
nes [you are]
nis [they are]

Past Simple
Pasos

asa [i was]
esa [you were]
isa [he/she/it was]
nasa [we were]
nesa [you were]
nisa [they were]

Future
Fusur

asen [i will be]
esen [you will be]
isen [she/he/it will be]
nasen [we will be]
nesen [you will be]
nisen [they will be]

Imperative
Imperatio

esai
isai
nasai
nesai
nisai
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 14:42

Pronouns
Pronos

Possesive Pronouns
Pronos Possos

Em [my]
Em numi is Alecx.
My name is Alecx.

En [your]
En numi is Ana.
Your name is Ana.

Er [his/her/it]
Er numi is Andrei.
His name is Andrei.

Emo [our]
Emo catos nis gresos.
Our cats are fat.

Eno [your]
Eno cahieros nis patatos.
Your notebooks are dirty.

Ero [their]
Ero juso/guso is testis.
Their juice is tasty.
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 14:49

Nouns. Plural.
Subos. Plur.

If the noun ends in a vowel, we add 's' after the vowel. If it ends in a consonant, we add 'os', 'es' or 'as'. It's your choice! Easy!

taster - tasteros/tasteres/tasteras [keyboards]
maus - mausos/mauses/mausas [mouses]
perete - peretes [walls]
peso - pesos [pens]

Waiting for suggestions :)
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Postby kibo » 2005-08-28, 15:15

What is the name of your language?

How do you make negative verb forms?
Goals:
[flag=]es[/flag] ➜ C1 (DELE)
[flag=]de[/flag] ➜ B2 (Goethe-Zertifikat) / C1
[flag=]sv[/flag] ➜ B1/B2

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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 16:48

Bugi wrote:What is the name of your language?

How do you make negative verb forms?


Well i'm not sure about the name of the language at this moment. And the negative form is simple, you add 'no' as a prefix to the verb. :D
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 16:49

Of course there will be a few irregularities. :)
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 16:59

VERB GROUP WITH 'E' ENDING
desene [to draw]

Preso
desena[i draw]
desene[you draw]
deseni[he/she draws]
desenan[we draw]
desenen[you draw]
desenin[they draw]

REVISE: All you have to do is to change the final 'e' into 'a';'e';'i';'an';'en';'in', depending on the person and number. Easy too! :)

Pasos
adesena
adesene
adeseni
adesenan
adesenen
adesenin


REVISE: At the Past Simple form the only thing you have to do is to add the 'a' prefix to the Present form. :)

Fusur
edesena
edesene
edeseni
edesenan
edesenen
edesenin


REVISE: At the Future form the only thing you have to add is to add the 'e' prefix to the Present form. :)
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 17:46

Other sounds:
SH;CH - like 'sh' in SHARP
GN - like 'ñ' in NIÑO
J;G - before 'e' it is pronounced as 'J' in JAVIER
AI - like 'ie' in LIE [=the same as 'y' in neo-latin language, and you can replace them if you want, but only at the verb endings!]
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 17:53

NEGATIVE FORM
NEGAN FORMA

Well let's see the negative form. It depends on the verb tense. So if the verb [at any tense] starts with a vowel, all you have to do is to add 'p' as a prefix. But, if the verb starts with a consonant, all you have to do is to add a 'no' or 'po' as a prefix, you're choice. Kind of easy. Let's see:

Nodesena/Podesena [i don't draw]
Padesena [i didn't draw]
Pastude [i didn't study]
Nonistude/Ponistude [they didn't study]
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 17:58

By the way, i think this language will be named 'Neo-Latin' Language. :D
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Postby icx » 2005-08-28, 18:23

And: y
After: dupua
Already: eia
Always: atut
Animal: anima
Anything: Enitin

Back: binte
But: me

Course: curso
Computer: ordinator

Despite: pesqa
Down: bas

East: esto
Even: iven

Fast: rapido
Finger: dejeto
Flower: flora
Forward: inte

Good: bon

Here: asi
Hour: hora

Language: langua
Late: tar
Less: mes
Lesson: unito

Maybe: proba
More: mas

Never: nonca
North: norto
No: nun
Now: acu

Often: des
Or: or

Soon: ponto
South: suto

There: colo
Then: dentonse
Today: ojurduii

Under: undo
Up: pas

Water: acua
West: vesto
With: avec

Yearly: anual
Yesterday: hier/ier
Yes: sei
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Postby icx » 2005-08-29, 13:29

As it is just a proto-type, i think i am going to change someting in the alphabet :D. Let's see the new one:

A [like 'u' in SUN] A
B [like 'b' in BLACK] Be
C [like 'c' in COMMON] Se
D [like 'd' in DEAD] De
E [like 'e' in PERO] E
F [like 'f' in FEATHER] Ef
G [like 'J' in JACK] Dje
I [like 'ee' in SLEEP] I [ee]
J [same as G] Djei
L [like 'l' in LICK] El
M [like 'm' in MOON] Em
N [like 'n' in NOSE] En
O [like 'o' in DOT] O
P [like 'p' in POLISH] Pe
Q [like 'ck' in SICK] Qiu
R [like 'r' in RAT] Ar
S [like 's' in SNAKE] Es
T [like 't' in TODOS] Te
U [like 'oo' in MOON] U
V [like 'v' in VICE] Ve
Y [same as I] Igrek
Z [like 'z' in ZERO] Zet

NOTES:
1. Y is used only as 'and' and at some verb tenses and rules. Pronounced same as I.
2. K becomes C
3. W becomes U
4. X becomes CS
5. G and J are the same letter, so it doesn't matter if you use one instead of the other one.
6. ç is no longer a letter of the Neo-Latin alphabet.
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Postby Aszev » 2005-08-30, 14:55

How do you make your words?

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Postby icx » 2005-08-30, 15:17

The words and other gram rules are still in production :)
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