The Svimohzish language
is widely thought of as the oldest of the original six human languages
of Tellene. Many of the words are three syllables or more in length and
double consonants are used frequently; double vowels found in
Svimohzish are used only as suffixes.
Grammar is simple yet
effective. Sentences typically begin with a noun or pronoun, followed
by the verb; many sentence structures are possible, though. Masculinity
and femininity are shown by the articles ozh and esh, respectively,
which are placed after the noun. Adjectives and adverbs take the form
of prefixes attached to the words they modify.
(September 25, 2011)
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