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AOBIDA'DO' Alphabet and Sentence Structure

Welcome to my second CONLANG page!!
Gka' x-taxni' gy xda-ta' XY-KNY-GTU' ega'p!!

Aobida'do' ....My second attempt at making an interesting language. This one is a bit more "Earthy", has a feel of indigeousness. This one uses affixes as it's base and I've limited my alphabet to 14 letters. It has only pure vowels this time;with the exception of "Y"(yuh). Not anything like Nazaen,which has more than enough phonetic "color" covered in vowel sounds and consonants.


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Here is the Alphabet:

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B As in "BOY"

K As in "KING"

D As in "DIRT"

G As in "GO"

N As in "NICE"

P As in "POT"

T As in "TOP"

X Like the Russian letter "X"(KH)or smetimes "H"

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A As in "FATHER"

E As in "MET"

I As in "MEET"

O As in "NO!!"

U As in "MOON"

Y YUH in "YUM"

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HOW TO PUT THE SENTENCES TOGETHER:

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1. The sentence is constructed as: SUBJECT,DIRECT OBJECT,PREDICATE. Let me demonstrate:

A. The children will play in the street.

"The children" is translated: " xu-y-Ga'k-i' ".

"will play" is translated " xot-xo' ".

"in" is a "free-floating" preposition.It is " bu ".

"the street" is translated " xbe-i' ".

Therefore, when we put these elements in their proper
places, we get: " xu-y-Ga'k-i' bu xbe-i' xot-xo'."
Pronunciation: (Hhoo-yuh-GAHK-EE boo Hhbeh-EE Hhoh- ow-HHOH)

So the syntax of this sentence would be:
Xu- Y- GAK -I
"(Group marker)+(Family marker)+(child)+(THE marker)---
BU
(in)---
XBE -I
(street)+("The" marker)--
XO- XO
("Future tense" Verb marker)+(Play).


As shown in the demonstration, the different parts of speech use affixes,infixes,and suffixes to clarify them. Any time you use a prefix,affix,or suffix; they will be attached to the qualifier word with an hypen "-". The term I call these affixes, is "Marker";as in : Noun Marker, Verb Marker, and Adverb Marker.

Here are the Noun Markers:

"y-"..."Family" marker(includes Nouns, Names, and Pets)

"i'-".."A" marker (indefinate nouns)

"-i" .."The" marker (definate nouns)

"xu-".."Groupings" marker, for plural and words like:
"sheep,cattle,bovine,swine,geese...etc."

"E-"..."Possesive" marker,attatched to both Nouns and
Pronouns.







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