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Lesson 1 : writing, declension and basic conjugation
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Overview of the reckolian grammar and its case system.
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Hello and welcome to the great universe of the reckolian language, a fascinating ancient language still spoken by the rac people !

Today we are going to quiwly view the reckolian alphbet as well as what makes this language so beautiful: its inflexions.

But first, let's take a look at the alphabet: it consists of 27 letters :

LetterIPAClosest english equivalent
A/ə/,/a/splatter
B/b/boat
C/ç/which
Ĉ/ʝ/age
D/d/do
/ɖ/do
G/g/game
H/ɬ/
I/y/
J/ɮ/
K/q/
L/ɭ/
M/m/
N/n/
Ñ/n/
O/ɔ/,/ɒ/
Õ/ɔ̃/ontario
P/p/pear
R/ʁ/red
S/s/sea
/ʂ/
T/t/time
Ţ//time
U/ʊ/,/u/you
X/χ/
Z/z/
Ż/ʐ/


The position of word stress can change the meaning of a word, so it is always marked with a diacritic: à, ì, ò, ù.
The letter õ is never stressed; if stressed, it always turns into "òn" and is not nazalised anymore.
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