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The Symbols of the Nordic language
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Nordic is a adapted Icelandic language named after the old language Icelandic originates from(Old Norse). The Language consists of changes in word orders and plural words. The only word to have its spelling changed entirely is "Volcano" which has been changed to the Irish word "Bolcán".
In normal Nordic speech they use SOV (Subject-Object-Verb) unlike the Icelandic language, who use SVO (Subject-Verb-Object) like the English. Here are some examples:
- Hún hann elskaè Translated into English -> She him loves
Like the Icelandic language the order of the words change when asking a question. Questions in Nordic are SVO (Icelandic isn't) and would be ordered like:
- The þú vilja að lesa bókè Translated into English -> Do you want to read books?
Plural & Singular
In the creation of Nordic, it was decided that the Icelandic plural words would be abolished for a much easier technique of recognising a plural word. Singular words can easily be converted into a plural by simply adding 'è' on the end. In the Nordic language it is incredibly easy to pronounce. It is like adding the English word "air" on the end of each singular word. e.g borgair (The pronunciation is borgair but is not spelt that way)
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