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lâ lingua Avili

Postby toksave » 2005-11-06, 4:56

bonûvini ala lingua Avili
welcome to the Avilian language

i thought of this language for quite some time now and i´d like to start here :D

i made it with similarities to many romance languages because i found it easier for me.

i can finaly stop speaking falsito...lol

so who´s in on it?

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Postby toksave » 2005-11-06, 5:21

lesson 1 lecçon û

verbs
like many romance languages, the main verbs are

sê (to be) (permanent)
ô sô - i am
tu sêi - you are
ló,lá,só sê - he,she,it is
nô sôm - we are
vô sên - you all are
lés sê - they are

isìstâ (to be) (temporal)
ô isìstô - i am
tu isìstâi - you are
ló,lá,só isìstâ - he,she,it is
nô isìstôm - we are
vô isìstên - you all are
lés isìstâ - they are

pronouns
the pronouns are
ô - i
tu(vô) - you
ló - he
lá - she
só - it
nô - we
vô - you (all)
lés - they

vocabulary
belâ/ô - beautiful
vêu - old
jôven - young

:D enjoy

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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2005-11-06, 13:39

Really looks easy for me. What does the ^ means? I forgot the name of it in english. :p

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Postby toksave » 2005-11-07, 1:16

great someone responded :bounce: :bounce:
i'll explain the consonants and vowels and accents int the next lesson.

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Postby toksave » 2005-11-08, 1:49

lesson 2 lecçon duo

vowels and consonants
vowels
a = a in pass
i = ee in sheep
o = o in clone
u = u in clue
e = first e in example

accented vowels
â = o in lot (more deep)
î = i in is
ô = o in who
û = deep inner sound (the û is hummed and almost sounds nasal)

consonants
s = s in sweet
r = r (spanish r but more soft)
d = d in dog
f = f in feet
g = g in ghost
h = (silent)
t = t in teeth
c = after (a,o,u) like c in cat, after (e,i) like c in cell
j = like j in jeans
b = like b in bat
l = like l in line
v = like v in vile
m = like m in moon
n = like n in noon
p = like p in price
q = like ch in german ich
x = like sh in shoe
z = like z in zoo

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Postby toksave » 2005-11-11, 15:17

continuation of lesson 2
côntinuâ da lecçon duo

accented vowels

á
é
ó
ú
í
ý
(these are used the same way as in spanish, ex: esta = this, está = is)

hushed accented vowels

à
è
ò
ù
ì

(these vowels are slitely pronounced)
ex: campò would be pronounced camp(eh) with a slite h sound after the p

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Postby toksave » 2005-11-18, 23:30

Lecçon 3

the articles

indefinate article

a (masculine) = û
a (femenine) = ûnà
a (plural) = oné

definate article

the (masculine) = lô
the (femenine) = lâ
the (plural) = lês

vocabulary:
eye = oculo (m)
book = livrî (m)
movie = filmè (m)
house = dôminè (m)
wardrobe = côntxneta (f)
bandana = sôarè (f)
hour = orâ (f)
tree = arbêl (m)

û livrî / lô livrî / onés livrîes / lês livrîes
n'oculo / l'oculo / onés oculoas / lês oculoas *** when the word starts with a vowel, û turns into an n', and lô turns into l' ***

ûnà sôarè / lâ sôarè / onés sôareas / lês sôareas
un'orâ / l'orâ / onés orâes / lês orâes *** when the word starts with a vowel, ûnà turns into un' ***

to make words plural you add -es, -as, -âs or -s in the end of the word.
if words end in a,â,i,î then you add -es
if words end in e,ê,o,ô then you add -as
if words end in u,û then you add -âs
if words end in a consonant, then you add -s

exercices:
from the above vocabulary, do the plural and singular of the articles in each word.

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Postby JANKO » 2006-04-07, 20:27

Hi,
I'm collecting numbers from various systems in different languages.
Could you please send me numbers from 1-10 in Avili, or from other your conlang in (in whichever numbers systems, base on 5, or 2, 10, 12, ...)-
Thank you for your help!

Janko Gorenc.


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