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Progressing 207 words hebehe
xe bexe (linwa)
[pp pppp ppppp]*
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 26 November 2021
Language type International Auxiliary Language (IAL)
Species Human/humanoid
Sample of hebehe[view] È. (tei) bebye xebexe? (casual) / Baazje. Bei bebye xebexe? (formal) / Baazje. Bebyeb xebexe linwe? (very formal)

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baaxaisupprHeaven
baazjengreeting
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
Velar
Nasal m   n        
Plosive b   t d       k g
Fricative   f s z ʃ     x ɣ
Lateral approximant     l        
Approximant         j w  
Flap     ɾ        
VowelsThis table is empty.
Syllable Structure(C)(C)V(C). the second inital consonant may only be "w" or "y".
Stress informationpitch accent. stress falls on the last syllable of a word and is marked with a high tone. compound words may have two stressed syllables, and may be pronounced with a rising tone if they occur next to each other. single syllable words are unstressed.
Otherword order is usually SOV, but may be VSO in more formal contexts, or for emphasis. the indirect object bomes before the direct object.
e.g he reads books = he books reads, or, reads he books. he gives her books = he her books gives.

adjectives, adverbs and particles such as posession markers come after the thing they modify, e.g reads he books red.

plurality is marked by reduplication, or partial reduplication of long words. diminutives are marked by the suffix"Yo".
the past is marked with time phreases.
perfective aspect is markes with the word for "finish".
continuous/habitual is marked with the word for "stay/remain".
the future is marked with the word for "go."
causative is marked by the verb for "command"
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