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Modern Standard Njapa
Njåtusk
[ɲɑtuʃ]*
Registered by JACKERS228 on 7 January 2020
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Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersModern Standard Njapa is spoken in the Nation of Njabåko.
Species Human/humanoid
About Modern Standard Njapa Njapa, or Njåtusk as it is known locally, is a Njbadic language of the Low Njbadic language family. It is spoken by small, cloistered groups each having it's own dialects. Today, most of the original tribes have assimilated into a single ethnically diverse society. As a result of the assimilation, the Nation of Njabåko standardized the language and made it usable as a method of communication for people of all ethnicities. In coming years, language management officials are thinking of modernizing the language even further by adding new words relating to science and technology, updating the grammar to be as clear as possible, beginning the teaching of foreigners on the language's mechanics and usage, and updating the spelling. In regards to the spoken forms of Njapa, there are FIVE forms:
Formal Spoken
Formal Written
Informal Spoken
Informal Written
Standard
In addition to these forms, there are also the distinct dialects of each region:
Uzamic
Middle
Upper
Lower
The grammar has been updated in the following ways:
double s has become ß
the -usk conjugation endings have become -uß
enn is shortened to en
ens has become er
ä has become å (Interchangeable)
ö has become ø (Interchangeable)
sj is now a voiceless labiovelar approximate.
Sample of Modern Standard Njapa[view] Snåk mi Njåtusk.

I speak English
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Sound samples in Modern Standard Njapa
Some sound samples of Modern Standard Njapa. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Orsoguß de er... Sir ig mi eis.
You sound like an um... I shall not say it.
Zåmorlant fuin lein ellens, en råmårant ei. Gikken skeiluren lein ens ikkanung ellån løn. Sør mø mør...
The fire alone destroyed all it touched. The metal alone did nothing at all. United as one, made int...
Ehm de ürbjaren, ne når de erane såga.
To survive, you must tell stories.
San råttene tswåts.
The rat is black
Ane åller årbin, erø mø mjoges.
Through others we become ourselves.
Language family relationships
Language treeArozhnatic
 ⤷ Proto-Azhro
  ⤷ Njabic
   ⤷ Proto-Njabic
    ⤷ Low Njbadic
     ⤷ Njåtug
      ⤷  Middle Njapa
       ⤷  Modern Standard Njapa
[view] About ArozhnaticThe Arozhnatic family is a collection of languages in the Njbado Mountains, the Uzham Plains, the Hobjatic Coast, and the Dabaghur Desert
[view] Pröfusk (Profiric Njapa )Profiric Njapa is spoken in the southern region of Profas or Pröf as it is known locally. The main difference is pronunciation and various Middle Njapa words have been imported. There are also various dialectal words that are not present in either Modern Standard Njapa or Profiric Njapa.
[view] Узтуск (Uzamic Njapa)Uzamic Njapa is a dialect spoken by the peoples in the west of Njabächo that is written using the common alphabet of the Uzamic languages: Cyrillic.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m     n   ɲ   ŋ  
Plosive p b     t d       k g  
Fricative   f v θ s s: ʃ ʒ ç     h
Affricate       (t͡s)          
Lateral approximant       l          
Approximant           j ʍ    
Trill       r          
Flap       ɾ          
Blends ŋk ʃk ʃkʲ ŋʒ
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close   ɨ ʉ u
Close-mid e ø   o
Mid   ə  
Open   ä ɑ
Polyphthongs ɑɨ äɨ ʉɨ
Syllable StructureSN uses a CVC standard syllable structure.
Stress informationStress usually falls on either the accented vowel (å, ø, ü, and ë) or the first unaccented vowel.
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Modern Standard Njapa. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Modern Standard NjapaOrthography
Aa
Aga
/ä/
Åå
Åg
/ɑ/
Bb
Bav
/b/
Dd
Dilg
/d/
Ee
Ega
/ə/
Ëë
Ëg
/e/
Ff
Fav
/f/
Gg
Gimp
/g/
Hh
Hog
/h/
Ii
Iga
/ɨ/
Jj
Jot
/j/
Kk
Kav
/k/
Ll
Lav
/l/
Mm
Mav
/m/
Nn
Nav
/n/
Oo
Oga
/o/
Øø
Ør
/ø/
Pp
Pav
/p/
Rr
Rin
/r/
Ss
Sit
/s/
ß
/s:/
Tt
/t/
Ðð
/θ/
Uu
Uga
/u/
Üü
Üg
/ʉ/
Vv
Vaus
/f/
Ww
Wea
/v/
Zz
Zit
/ʒ/
SJ sj
/ʍ/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
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