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#1 iffuty

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Posted 10 November 2017 - 03:09 AM

Hello. We would like to present you our comic project, which has quite a serious background. It refers to the field of linguistics, an area in which innovation is usually nonsense. Nevertheless, the invention of new languages, still belongs to the field of innovation.

 

Comrade and I created a new artificial language (iffuty.ga) called IFFUTY LANGUAGE (the word "iffits" means "stone", from the popular saying in the southern countries similar to the Russian "just like an egg": "just like a stone").

 

The language is based on a slightly modified Basic English dictionary. There is no punctuation in the language (except the point), there is only one form of the word that is unchangeable in the sentence (contextual perception), the sentences are constructed according to the same scheme. Type of proposal (question, exclamation, command), as well as expressed emotion (19 types of emotions).

 

A special feature of the language is the dictionary, in which all words consisted of an equal number of letters and syllables. For their formation, as well as the general logic of the language, statistical algorithms were used. The language itself is designed taking into account:

 

1. The ease of the pronunciation of words, especially cultures far from the European mainland. The fact is that the words are used only hissing sounds. Purely physiologically because of the structure of the human larynx, they are easier to pronounce than ringing. That is, for example, for the tribes of Africa, it is easier to pronounce them than many English words.
 
2. The fixed value of the number of letters. The words are matched (as far as possible) so that the ability to remember information.
 
3. The general principles of the logic of constructive sentences are designed on the basis of the corresponding primitive natural languages.
 
4. Words are chosen in such a way that some phrases are consonant with funny expressions in English and other languages. This is done to make the psychological effect of popularizing the language.
 
On the whole, the finished work has turned out, which we distribute under the license CC BY-NC-SA 4.0, so that anyone can modify and take the basis of this work, supplement and edit. For commercial purposes, it is not to use it. On the site you can download the training course in EN or RU languages.
 
The purpose of creating a language is to enable representatives of underdeveloped cultures (native tribes) to speak with the definition of English-speaking countries, and in the future also Russian-speaking.
 
We are waiting for adequate comments. We invite you to participate ...
 
P.S .: we are not linguists - but mathematicians, so do not strictly for the terminology and design ... And also possible errors (.We will be glad to edit)).

 

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Posted 10 November 2017 - 07:17 AM

Interesting stuff! I wonder how did you derive the words? I mean why is "atpoku" (or something similar) corresponding to "yes"?



#3 iffuty

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Posted 10 November 2017 - 01:11 PM

Thank you. We composed words from the accepted by the concept of the language of letters, from the calculation of syllabic writing, from the pattern: the alternation of a vowel and a consonant letter; or syllables + 1 vowel or consonant. Therefore, such words turned out.

 

Since the number of letters in the words is fixed, the meaning of the words of the English language was not particularly attached to the sounding of the word by the iffuty - that is, we composed the words according to the pattern in a random way.



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Posted 11 November 2017 - 08:03 AM

Since the number of letters in the words is fixed....

 

Why do you invent a language with a totally arbitrary restriction like this one?



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Posted 13 November 2019 - 01:43 AM

Why do you invent a language with a totally arbitrary restriction like this one?

 

In the case of IFUTTY, I thought that this helps to memorize, but in the case of the new language (see below) - this makes the recording very concise.

 

I will continue the topic after a long (two years) break. The work was continued and a more perfect language was created on the basis of the previous one, which was called "Freelhara".

 

This synthesized language, which is based on put a slightly modified basic dictionary English. It contains about 840 words, sufficient for communication on simple household level. The Freelhara is completely absent punctuation ( except point) due to the fact that the language mainly designed for speech application. In there is only one form of the word, immutable in a sentence (contextual perception), all sentences are built on to the same scheme. This uses special articles to indicate the time, type of sentence ( question, exclamation, command), as well as the emotion expressed (19 types of emotions)

 

 

The main difference from the previous work is the creation of a pronunciation of some phonemes other than English. Thus, this option pidgin becomes full conversational


Edited by iffuty, 13 November 2019 - 01:43 AM.


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Posted 13 November 2019 - 01:50 AM

Forgot to attach files with a training course...

Attached File  freelhara_en.txt   35.83KB   29 downloads

Attached File  freelhara_ru.txt   36.87KB   29 downloads