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|Language family||Greco-Germanic Language|
|Writing system||Cantonian Simplified Alphabet|
|Regulated by||Cantonian Royal Family|
The Canton Language (Canton: Livgo Cɑtov) is a constructed language created in late 2012. In October 2012, when the Man who would be the King considered a unique alphabet in which he could combined all Alphabets of Europe together into one. He created a simplified version of the alphabet for outside citizens.
Special Message from the King of Cantonia
His excellency, the King of Cantonia was skeptic of presenting his language and unique alphabet to the world in fear of copyright, his 85 lettered alphabet was too great that he feared that infadels may take it, so to remove that fear, he has comitioned that a simplified alphabet to be used and shared so that other may understand our language. He also pointyed out to not use any of the unique letter either and to keep them in the rough form that the computers of outside countries can use. This alphabet now only uses 48 Letters.
Aa (a/ah), Ææ (ae/ai), Dɒ (ar/aw), Ɑɑ (an), Bb (b/bh), Kk (c/k/q), Xx (cs/ks/x), Qǫ (kw/qu),∇ƌ (d), Ðð (dh), Eє (e/eh), Ээ (ee/ei), Ξξ (er), Ff (f/fh), Фф (ff), Gg (g), Γγ (gh),Ҕҕ (h), Ɣɣ (hw), Ji (i/j), Ll (l/lh), Λλ (ll), Ww (m/mh), Ϣϣ (mm), Vv (n/nh), Нн (nn), Oo (o) Øø (oa), Œœ (oe/oo), Ππ (p), Ϯϯ (ph), Ψψ (ps), Pp (r), Rr (rh), Ƥƥ (rr), Cc (s) Ƈƈ (ss), Ȼȼ (st), Ss (sc/sk), Tt (t), Θθ (th), Þþ (tg), Vv (u/v), Ųų (y(c)) Yu (y (v)), Zz (z), Ʒʒ (zz)
Samples of Sentenses
Canton: Tic Pxvw Cɑtov si θ gpækia ȼatє vo θ Enpoπa Wævlɑ (oθ v nv єlcє tikc co)
English: This Kingdom of Cantonia is the greatest country on the European Continent (though no one else thinks so)