The Basic Basics Of My Language

I call it Erierii'Mirlu, or the language of the immortal. I'm just going to see if anyone can make it through the basics.

There is no past or present tense differences, it's all based on context, however, an extra "i" can be added to mean "now" or "very soon". It has a sort of conjugation, like Spanish or French. A word is conjugated if a subject is doing something, is something, has done something, will do something, or owns something.

Me/I/My/Mine: me (used as a second noun "amo'chii me" is you love me for ex) and 'si (put at the end of the word)
You/Your/Yours: ye and 'chii
Him/He/His/Its (occasionally): su and 'le
You all/Yours (plural): mo and 'sa'a
Us/We/Our: ko and 'shii'i
They/Them/Their: re and 'shu
It/That/Its (common use: li and 'chau

Some other basics are how certain letter combinations sound. Most letters on their own sound as they would be in most Latin based languages.

S-Sh
Ti-Ts
Tchi(i)-Ch
Ch-S
Su-Z
Sz-Zh
Tz-Ts
Sh-S/C
K(a/u)-K
K(i/e)-Ch
Ko-Koo
'-pause/light vocal grunt

Now keep in mind, these are the very basics of the language. Hope to see all you folks again next time. Lol. :P
SmilesGoForMiles SmilesGoForMiles
18-21, M
1 Response Jan 22, 2013

wow your language is so cool ! I'm inventing a language called Tashiran.
for example "do you want to come with me ?" is " Tsivul rom cheshtàr rusu mi ?"
haha it's so funny to invent languages !!
sorry for my english but I'm Italian :)
bye