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This is a small intro to the Info of Azhlat, it will be updated and once it's finished, I will tell you in the article.
This public article was written by [Deactivated User], and last updated on 2 Feb 2018, 23:58.

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Hello, and welcome to this article, this will tell you a few things about Azhlat.

1. Azhlat is based off of Latin, and Esperanto (I'm learning Esperanto), well, Esperanto from google translate, which I have heard isn't very accurate, but it will do.

2. Azhlat is supposed to be very logical, and words like "Me" and "You" aren't based off of anything,
Me: "Me"
You: "Mech" because -ch is a second person which I still need to add to the Dictionary.

3. Azhlat has no long vowels, even if you mean that they say the name of the vowel, or pronounce it for longer, I don't really like criticizing languages, so I won't tell you if I hate it if I love it, why I think it may be good or bad, but if I were to use it, I would use a double vowel such as "aa" instead of a diacritic or just itself as normal (a).

4. The number "11" simply does not exist, to make a number bigger than ten, you would just do this (first number)(plus second number), so for 11 you do either "tenun" or "unten" it can go either way.


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