Lesson 1: Introduction - Asomel 1: Origano
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A short introduction to the basics of the Vishel language.
This public article was written by Valiiosanae, and last updated on 6 Jun 2017, 18:37. Editing of this article is shared with Mieta nae Visseloduli.
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[top]Welcome - vekana
Avies, my name is Valiiosanae and I will be your tamal, or teacher, of my language, Vishel. In today's lesson I will introduce some vocabulary and the basics of building a sentence in Vishel.
So what are the main features of Vishel?
+ The Ledranossies (seen in the image at the top)
+ Seven Cases
+ No Gender
+ No Articles
+ Six Verb Moods
+ SOV Word Order
+ A Mostly Phonetic Orthography
[top]Vocabulary - oriessi
Pronouns - povo orevetio
▼ Click here to toggle hidden content belowEga - I, Myself, Me
Anga*/Ana**/An** - *You (formal), **You (informal)
+ /ɑn-ʒɑ/ /ɑ-nɑ/ /ɑn/
Ha - It
Sun - Man, He
Sor - Woman, She
Nosera - We, Us
Mos - They
Mosoda - You All, Y'all
Today we won't worry about conjugating verbs or the dropping of pronouns. Above is a complete list of all pronouns used in the language. Below you'll find a list of the most basic verbs and after that some helpful nouns.
Verbs - aketieoni
▼ Click here to toggle hidden content belowAvellus - (to) Speak, (to) Talk
Pamellus - (to) Eat
Posiesus - (to) have
Tevenom! Most Vishel nouns can be transformed into the verb form by adding -us or -mus, depending on whether the noun ends in a consonant or a vowel, respectively. So, how many nouns do you know now?
Nouns - orevetio
▼ Click here to toggle hidden content belowAvel - Language, Speech
Pamel - Food, Bread
Posies..? - EXCEPTION! This word cannot be changed into a noun...
REMEMBER, as we move along in lessons different colours will be used to represent different parts of speech. In these examples blue has been used to represent pronouns, red for verbs, and green for nouns.
[top]Practice - lareno
Mos avelus. - ↺
+ /ɑn-ʒɑ seɪ/
Pamel sun posiesus. - ↺
+ /pɑ-mɛɫ sun po-seɪ-sus/
Avel mos pamelus. - ↺
+ /ɑ-bɛɫ mos pa-mɛɫ-lus/
REMEMBER, these verbs haven't been conjugated nor have the nouns been declined.
[top]Closing - phinalies
Thank you for viewing this lesson and don't forget to memorize the words and the tevenomi, or rules, provided in this lesson. In Lesson 2 I will teach you how to conjugate to present tense for all persons, teach you how to decline some nouns, and (hopefully) introduce some common phrases.
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