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Ilós éat qeoura yna 'posçe iás' héa vosmé caléro?
What is the word for 'thank you' in your language?

Paelles wrote:Ilós éat qeoura yna 'posçe iás' héa vosmé caléro?
What is the word for 'thank you' in your language?

Hvala

Thank you - Sŏбrīīj / Sŏбrīīτsı

Davietwd wrote:Maybe not just yet, because some old Cyrillic letters can’t be typed on my phone. Maybe I could make it co-official.

But one of the reasons I wanted to change is so that you guys would stop making memes out of random words.

Also, the new Cyrillic alphabet will greatly reduce the number of apostrophes, the only use for them then will be in loanwords, where a «j» is written after a consonant instead of an «i», for example «об’єкт» for «ob-jekt» instead of «o-biekt».

Paelles wrote:Ilós éat qeoura yna 'posçe iás' héa vosmé caléro?
What is the word for 'thank you' in your language?

Mercúl (thanking one person)
Mercíl (thanking two, or more people)

https://imgur.com/a/IB0Y0Wn

Comen biendítam?
Does anyone like it?

Hyfaérбŏτırчωé!
Very nice!

Frásu dni: Má zůno nizéhi autu.
Phrase of the day: It's got that new car smell.

Davietwd

Czisra wrote:Frásu dni: Má zůno nizéhi autu.
Phrase of the day: It's got that new car smell.

z <- v, i <- o?

Jimat' duh nova/novajego samohoda.
(nova - of a new, novajego - of the new)

Switzerland-but nationalist

Czisra wrote:Frásu dni: Má zůno nizéhi autu.
Phrase of the day: It's got that new car smell.

Jo näý tu ,,ńof mäqn nem"
[jo neç tsu̥ ɲof mecçn nɛm]
Translation back to English: <It has this ,,new car smell">

Paelles wrote:Ilós éat qeoura yna 'posçe iás' héa vosmé caléro?
What is the word for 'thank you' in your language?

<Jutflo>
['jutsfjo̥]

Yné aðnïréı - δrŭδnén ωyjnωésçéδyr hašcaτfjére

(note - car is cart, as cars don't exist in Alterac)
[with it (inam sing) -(to be omitted in present) smell new(gen neu) cart(gen neu)]

Paelles wrote:Ilós éat qeoura yna 'posçe iás' héa vosmé caléro?
What is the word for 'thank you' in your language?

Çukra, as in Arabic

Braussland wrote:Çukra, as in Arabic

«ç» to «š»?
ç is [ʃ]?

Democratic federative republic of russia wrote:I don't suppose anyone saved the telegram with all the 'Welcome to the League of Constructed Languages' message, did they?
Кто-нибудь сохранилъ телеграмму, въ которой были варіантовъ фразы "Добро пожаловать въ Лигу сконструированныхъ ꙗзыковъ"?

Eu’s’mais o’t’à’tâctualizá.
I did, but your language has updated since then.

Paelles wrote:Ilós éat qeoura yna 'posçe iás' héa vosmé caléro?
What is the word for 'thank you' in your language?

Merçi, dofrancés.
“Merçi”, from French.

Viriam wrote:https://imgur.com/a/IB0Y0Wn

Comen biendítam?
Does anyone like it?

‘Tá q’tà!
It’s marvelous!

Viriam

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Davietwd wrote:z <- v, i <- o?

Co?
What?

Antidawetid wrote:«ç» to «š»?
ç is [ʃ]?

Yea

Kowani wrote:‘Tá q’tà!
It’s marvelous!

Mercúl, Kowaniam!
Thank you, Kowani!

Á se oculam etíl sita “http://www.ipachart.com/” ea se educal oli raníl lingai nosocram... Ó infinuculai specalai-phoneticam ere tal tutom, comen tate simil mi tilde?

Esa pronuncam “Vih-ree-umm”, l “a” éa “a-grandam”.

I had a look at this website “http://www.ipachart.com/” and I had learnt about the different sounds we make... If any phonetic specialists are here to help, would this be like my name?

It is pronounced ”Vih-ree-umm”, the “a” is a “long a”.

[vɜrɜɑm]

Switzerland-but nationalist

Viriam wrote:Á se oculam etíl sita “http://www.ipachart.com/” ea se educal oli raníl lingai nosocram... Ó infinuculai specalai-phoneticam ere tal tutom, comen tate simil mi tilde?

Esa pronuncam “Vih-ree-umm”, l “a” éa “a-grandam”.

I had a look at this website “http://www.ipachart.com/” and I had learnt about the different sounds we make... If any phonetic specialists are here to help, would this be like my name?

It is pronounced ”Vih-ree-umm”, the “a” is a “long a”.

[vɜrɜɑm]

Vee-ree-um
or
vee-ree-am?

Viriam wrote:

[vɜrɜɑm]

More like “Vuh-ruh-ahm”, what you want might be /vɪri.əm/?

Czisra wrote:Co?
What?

I saw “nizéhi” and thought of „nowego”. Also your motto looks like a weird version of “pravda vítězí” so I just thought some consonants changed weirdly lol

Davietwd wrote:More like “Vuh-ruh-ahm”, what you want might be /vɪri.əm/?

Weird for a Latin inspired language to have spelling like that, wouldn't it be /vɪri.am/; /vɪri.əm/ sounds like the English pronunciation

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