Lingwa-toki-pona language (Yet another idea of auxlang)

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Lingwa-toki-pona language (Yet another idea of auxlang)

Post by seweli on 2017-12-05, 16:25

For now, it's just an idea, and you can dispose of it as you wish.

Links:
https://github.com/lingwatokidunya/grammarbook/blob/master/english.adoc
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gElAzKyKWHeeVuwprqhO1lKBUodXYrW-yFco_EJ92iI/edit?usp=sharing

Alphabet and pronunciation is the same as in Mondlango without the letter v and r, or the same as in Pandunia without the letter r.

Only one word for Noun, Adjective and Verb.
But Adverb ending in -li.
big -> big'li

.sentences start with a point and end with a point. .name of person start with a ";" the first time they appear in the text, like that: don't speak of ;jorj-bash (Georges Bush);. .ok? .ok!

Personal pronouns

wo
ni
ta
women
nimen
tamen

Possessive and genitive

wo'de
ni'de
ta'de
women'de
nimen'de
tamen'de

Articles, a little like in Elefen and Atlas.

Definite: zi
Indefinite: e
General: je (temporary word)
Partitif: da (temporary word)

Because sentences with a creole, isolating and without grammatical ending language  would be difficult without articles.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Article_(grammar)

Adjective before substantive.

Verbs

Add the NA accusative mark after the verbal group.

Present : add the personal pronoun before the verb.

From wiktionary lexical.

Exemple
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/walk
walk - verb 1 -> zu

Exemple
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1niTMaDPq6jpXx3hfrrUWQT-CPW-CAJWboibGjujDEkk/edit?usp=sharing

Everybody can propose vocabulary by poll here.

Most of the vocabulary should have these origins:
1- Mandarin (and words identical from these from other Chinese dialects or words that coincidentally sound a little like ones from other East Asia and Oceania  languages first)
2- English (and words near the equivalent from others Germanic languages first)
3- Hindustani (and words near the equivalent from Slavic languages first)
4- Spanish (and words like in Portuguese, French and Italian first)
5- Kiswahili (and words like in other Swahili dialects, and like in Arab standard modern and Hebrew first)

We like little languages, we want to save them from hegemony, but an auxlang should be attractive for those who like to learn languages, and this five groups are the most attractive on earth this decade.

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