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Davietwd wrote:Kwto govorit’.
You’re one to talk.

N’vamos fazer ‘to.
We’re not doing this.

Kilhosz

Davietwd wrote:Kwto govorit’.
You’re one to talk.

სა?
What?

Switzerland-but nationalist

Let's not cause problems in our new region, we are all civilised here, let's talk this over and have no hard feelings. We're all part of this region.

Kawzàmox probleme novu rejionìmo, civilizùmo, parlàmo dwara u nitsenti'àmox. Kulrejionwùmo

Kowani, Switzerland-but nationalist, and Upper Alterac

Braussland wrote:Let's not cause problems in our new region, we are all civilised here, let's talk this over and have no hard feelings. We're all part of this region.

Kawzàmox probleme novu rejionìmo, civilizùmo, parlàmo dwara u nitsenti'àmox. Kulrejionwùmo

Jaz nie tu, by zedati problemy. Kwto jest’, niek nie bõdiet’ tu.

I am not here to cause problems. Whoever is, let him not be here.

Post self-deleted by Viriam.

Emvi non lingam, al infim fact varem.
I don’t know what to say, so here is a fact.

Masci: Male/Man
Femina: Female/Woman
Mascit: Boy
Feminit: Girl

Switzerland-but nationalist

Updatim mi informitar-linga!
Updated my language Factbook!

Braussland, Kowani, Switzerland-but nationalist, and Upper Alterac

Viriam wrote:Updatim mi informitar-linga!
Updated my language Factbook!

Mitbonù! Contentùe inspirartid lingwìsf! Qifattàs l-imperatifo Virianof? Braussianof uzàm l-enu persona:
"Parlà!" "Parlàn"
U nosk uzàm l-onu persona esclusivo (nos minas)
"Parlàm"

It's very good! I'm have to have inspired your language! How do you do the imperative in Viriamian? In Braussian we use the third person:
Speak! (to one person) "parlà"
Speak! (To multiple people) "parlàn"
And for "we" we use the exclusive first person plural (we without you)
"Parlàm"

Switzerland-but nationalist and Viriam

Switzerland-but nationalist

Davietwd wrote:Kwto govorit’.
You’re one to talk.

Davietwd wrote:Jaz nie tu, by zedati problemy. Kwto jest’, niek nie bõdiet’ tu.

I am not here to cause problems. Whoever is, let him not be here.

A, krao-od... sal jod foš p̌amp̌am-eu, aš-od eŋin adtjka-eu-šo
Ah, y'know... if you don't like me then you can just tell me 😅

F'pazzùm amiciè! Disputàmx!

Let's be in peace my friends! Let's not fight!

Kowani, Switzerland-but nationalist, and Upper Alterac

Braussland wrote:Mitbonù! Contentùe inspirartid lingwìsf! Qifattàs l-imperatifo Virianof? Braussianof uzàm l-enu persona:
"Parlà!" "Parlàn"
U nosk uzàm l-onu persona esclusivo (nos minas)
"Parlàm"

It's very good! I'm have to have inspired your language! How do you do the imperative in Viriamian? In Braussian we use the third person:
Speak! (to one person) "parlà"
Speak! (To multiple people) "parlàn"
And for "we" we use the exclusive first person plural (we without you)
"Parlàm"

'I' is plural
'Im' is we without you..

Speak (one person): Línga
Speak (two or more people): Língai
Speak (We without you): Lingim

Viriam wrote:'I' is plural
'Im' is we without you..

Speak (one person): Línga
Speak (two or more people): Língai
Speak (We without you): Lingim

Also, Viriamian can be used but the language is officially named Viri

Viriam wrote:Also, Viriamian can be used but the language is officially named Viri

Yicomprendè, haggàd diferenza bej "parlàmo" u "parlàm" u non?

I understand (it is understood by me), do you make a difference between "we speak (you and us)" and "we speak (us but not you)" or not?

Viriam

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Braussland wrote:Yicomprendè, haggàd diferenza bej "parlàmo" u "parlàm" u non?

I understand (it is understood by me), do you make a difference between "we speak (you and us)" and "we speak (us but not you)" or not?

Ai, nilé á. Doman updatum emin librinfim tardom.
Yes, we do. I will update it on my factbook later.

Ánesemplam;/For example;

We run (inclusive) (us and you): Sprilo
We run (exclusive) (us but not you): Sprilé

Viriam wrote:Ai, nilé á. Doman updatum emin librinfim tardom.
Yes, we do. I will update it on my factbook later.

Ánesemplam;/For example;

We run (inclusive) (us and you): Sprilo
We run (exclusive) (us but not you): Sprilé

Mitbonù!

It's very good!

Viriam

Salú, concílam! Notifim infinula áu a-lingai tum lingim auta repliam tain comentan!

Hello, council! Notify us of the languages you can speak by replying to this comment!

Braussland wrote:Mitbonù!

It's very good!

Mercúl!
Thank you!

Viriam wrote:Salú, concílam! Notifim infinula áu a-lingai tum lingim auta repliam tain comentan!

Hello, council! Notify us of the languages you can speak by replying to this comment!

Il-Franciano, l-Angliano, l-Ispaniano, il-Braussiano u titMalti

French, English, Spanish, Braussian and a bit of Maltese

Switzerland-but nationalist

Viriam wrote:Salú, concílam! Notifim infinula áu a-lingai tum lingim auta repliam tain comentan!

Hello, council! Notify us of the languages you can speak by replying to this comment!

English, Polish, and some Russian

Kowani and Viriam

Viriam wrote:Salú, concílam! Notifim infinula áu a-lingai tum lingim auta repliam tain comentan!

Hello, council! Notify us of the languages you can speak by replying to this comment!

Língi Angli aúl primim e Latini modernam esa bim.

I speak English as a native and Modern day Latin as a second.

A linga insipri ovaú Latini Moderni pe grandim-sotad, simplam e conjugatim.

This language is based off of Modern Latin but more sleek, simplistic and conjugative.

Viriam wrote:I speak English as a native and Modern day Latin as a second. This language is based off of Modern Latin but more sleek, simplistic and conjugative.

D'Amerikùs?

Are you from America?

Viriam

Viriam wrote:Salú, concílam! Notifim infinula áu a-lingai tum lingim auta repliam tain comentan!

Hello, council! Notify us of the languages you can speak by replying to this comment!

Spanish, English, Portuguese, and French. Some Catalan, Galician and Latin.

Braussland wrote:Il-Franciano, l-Angliano, l-Ispaniano, il-Braussiano u titMalti

French, English, Spanish, Braussian and a bit of Maltese

Pra’q’ai algunos mots q’tem o prefijho “il” a autros “i”
Why do some words have the prefix “il” and others “i”?

Viriam

Braussland wrote:D'Amerikùs?

Are you from America?

Non! Íl Caleda! Caledam!
No! I am Scottish! Scotland!

Switzerland-but nationalist

Since we're doing this, here's a random fact of my language:

Unlike most other Slavic languages (but like Bulgarian and Macedonian), we still use the aorist for a simple past tense.
As an example, the verb dielati (to do):

  • 1st singular (I did): jaz dielah

  • 2nd singular (you did): ty diela

  • 3rd singular (he/she/it did): on/ona/ono diela

  • 1st dual (we two did): vie dielahovie

  • 2nd dual (you two did): va dielasta

  • 3rd dual (they two did): ona/onie/onie dielastie

  • 1st plural (we did): my dielahom

  • 2nd plural (you did): vy dielastie

  • 3rd plural (they did): oni/ony/ona dielašã

This is not to be confused with the imperfect tense (I was doing), that would be dielaah, dielaaše, dielaaše, dielaahovie, dielaašeta, dielaašetie, dielaahom, dielaašetie, dielaahõ.

This contrasts with the past participle (I have done), this conjugates like an adjective (same across persons within the same number, and conjugates according to gender of the subject):

  • Singular: dielav (m), dielavo (n), dielava (f)

  • Dual: dielava (m), dielavie (n), dielavie (f)

  • Plural: dielavi (m), dielava (n), dielavy (f)

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