Enlalian is an agglutinative, SOV (Subject, Object, Verb word order) language spoken in Zya-Vulturia
Vowels: a as in father
e as in net and/or as in the ay in may
i as in amigo
o as in go
u as in the oo in boot
k as in katana
kh (half way between a k as in katana and and a ch in Arabic as in Achmed)
x as in the ch in Arabic (etc. Achmed)
r is like Japanese r (sounds like r, l, and d all at once)
l as in Lamborghini
Yes: Ita, Inda
How are you: R'nme x'nefa? (Raname xalanefa?)
I am good (reply): R'nme nefa. (Raname nefa)
I am doing bad (reply): Xalana nefa.
Not bad (reply) Xalana laranefa.
What is your name? Yora'ta meri ra leshne mora x'nefa?
It is ----. Ale ra leshne'ta ---- nefa.
What about you? Meri'ta?
Nice to meet you! Alrenshame/ (formal) Al(gr)e'ta me(g)ri mora shoma'tzi talshe nefa.
Goodbye: Aʒanal(a)/ ʒamat (from Japanese "ja mata"/ (formal) Aʒanakamal(a)
I/ Me : Algre (Classical), Al'e or Ag'e (Modern),
You: Megri (Classical), Meri or Megi (Modern)
Republic of Zya-Vulturia: Atshnai ra Zya-Vulturia
Welcome: Atmane (so, Welcome to Zya-Vulturia would be "Zya-Vulturia nal'atmane!")
26-Nemra-Yanagra (yana and agra fuse because one ends and one starts with the same vowel) 100-Anure
123-Anure-nemrayana-eka or Anure-nemrayaneka
Enlalian uses the Anranara script, a script derived from the now extinct Tashnixalax writing system, and also the Zya-Vulturian Alphabet (which is now being phased out).
Subject particle: itachosh (Classical), ch', ita, or chita (modern)
Object particle: moriketti or moranama (Classical), mora (modern)
To/directional particle nal(a) (functions like the particle e or ni in Japanese)
Of/possesive particle: ra (functions like the particle no in Japanese) Numbers:
To be: Nefa
verbs fit into two categories, verbs which end with -fa, and verbs which end with anything else (ex. -ta, -la, -ra), designated with -a
Verb template of nef.a (to be)
PRE ROOT TENSE
NEG lara. | nef | ena PAST
PRB akha | nef | a PRESENT
ABL atma | nef | amata FUTURE
QUE xala | nef | e GERUND
- The left column contains prefixes such as "lara" (Negative), "akha" (Probable), etc
The center column is the verb's root, which stays the same. The right column contains suffices, which indicate tense, like "a" (Present tense)
Conjugations of Raname nefa. (Is good.)
Raname nefena. (Was good)
Raname laranefena (Wasn't good)
Raname akhanefamata. (Will probably be good/Might be good.)
Raname akhalaranefamata. (Will probably not be good/ Might not be good)