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Future English [FUF]
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Abandoned 1,488 words Future English
Futuur In̄k̄lisch
[fʌty:ʁ ɪŋglɪʃ]*
Registered by Arras on 2 June 2018
Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersFuture English is spoken by a population of around 1,100,000,000 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Future English My take on Future English.

Changes from Modern to Future English:
Many of the letters was taken off and many was introduced to the language.
The silent E is deleted, and the S no longer pronounced in /sp/, /st/, and /sk/, and the voiceless part is no longer pronounced and written in the end. E in the end only appears in loanwords.
Many digraphs are now condensed into one phone.
The th sounds in clusters is now reduced to /t/. It includes phth, thr, and thl.
C (outside of ch and sch), J, Q and X is no longer written, being changed into K, C̄h, K and Ks (or K̄s̄ or S̄). Since C is no longer in this alphabet, this means the soft C in Modern English was changed into S in Future English. However, words that resisted the change from Modern to Future keep these letters (such as noob, judo and macgyver.)
Syllabic consonants get their own letters.
Double letters in Modern English is now single.
Wh is now spelled as hw. This also includes wr, which is now spelled as r.
ia/ya is now i.
Sample of Future English[view] Ii speek.

I speak.
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Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularGlottal
Nasal m m̩     n n̩       ŋ1    
Plosive p b     t d       k g    
Fricative   f v θ ð s z ʃ ʒ     x ʁ h
Affricate         t͡ʃ d͡ʒ          
Lateral approximant       l l̩            
Approximant           j w      
  1. /ŋ/ in the onset is only in proper nouns and loanwords
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralNear-
back
Back
Close [i]1 i: [y]2 y:   [ɨ]3   u
Near-close   ɪ   ʊ  
Close-mid e [ø]4       o
Mid     ə    
Open-mid [ɛ]5 ɛ:       ʌ
Open         ɑ
Polyphthongs ɛi
  1. when in the beginning of the word, allophone of /i:/
  2. when in the beginning of the word, allophone of /y:/
  3. when in the beginning of the word, allophone of /u/
  4. when in the beginning of the word, allophone of /ɛi/
  5. when in the beginning of the word, allophone of /ɛ:/
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Future English. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Future EnglishOrthography
Aa
aa
/ɑ/
P̄ p̄
p̄ii
/b/
T̄ t̄
t̄ii
/d/
Ṯ̄ ṯ̄
ṯ̄ii
/ð/
Ee
ee
/e/
Ff
ef
/f/
K̄ k̄
k̄ii
/g/
Hh
aach
/h/
KH kh
lokh
/x/
CH ch
cho
/t͡ʃ/
C̄H c̄h
c̄ho
/d͡ʒ/
Ii
ii
/ɪ/
Əə
ə
/ə/
Kk
kaa
/k/
Ll
el
/l/
Ĺĺ
p̄ĺ
/l̩/
Mm
em
/m/
Ḿḿ
t̄ḿ
/m̩/
Nn
en
/n/
Ńń
k̄ń
/n̩/
N̄ n̄
en̄
/ŋ/1
Oo
oo
/o/
Pp
pii
/p/
Rr
aar
/ʁ/
Ss
es
/s/
SCH sch
scho
/ʃ/
S̄CH s̄ch
s̄cho
/ʒ/
Tt
tii
/t/
Ṯ ṯ
ṯii
/θ/
Uu
uu
/ʌ/
F̄ f̄
f̄ii
/v/
Ww
t̄oop̄ĺuu
/w/
Yy
yee
/j/
S̄ s̄
s̄ii
/z/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. /ŋ/ in the onset is only in proper nouns and loanwords
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