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Neovar-Froetzeystar-Vykstar Germanytzar (NFVG)

New-Proto-West Germanic (NPWG)

Example of text:

Sad meolasar verneman þysen talen. Þysan talan sad grosste beredsan ent sad goedan dases foelkors þyþors sprekhads Doeshtyltzer, Holylytzer, Engylytzer, Fryzhyshytzer, ot Eyddyshlytzer. Žysar stakhar oetad faelers vorders. Sad dase goedestan talan aff shopteržen.

It is easy to learn this language. This language is very articulate and is good for the people who speak German, Dutch, English, Frisian, or Yiddish. This tongue uses many words. It is the best language on the face of the Earth.

Page Outline:

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Sample Texts
NPWG Alphabet
NPWG Orthography
Summary of Grammar

Articles
Nouns
Adjectives
Verbs
Examples
Word List (Under Construction)
Copyright Notice

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Zeykhsatzan NFVG:
a
b
d
e
f
g
h
k
l
m
n
o
p
r
s
t
v
y
z
ž

Rekhtstapan NFVG:

Månåfšåŋ:example: NFVG Rekhtstapan
å:f[a]ther: a
ä:m[ae]lstrom: ae
ļ:k[ay]ak: ay
ō:b[ao]bab: ao
é:p[e]t: e
į:c[a]t: ea
ė:[ea]t: ey
ü:r[u]le: eo
ķ:g[y]psum: y
ć:di[nge] (Fr.): ya
ż:r[ue] (Fr.): ye
’:f[ew]: yo
œ:b[oeu]f (Fr.): o
ö:t[oa]d: oa
ū:f[eu] (Fr.): oy
ś:b[u]s: oe
b:[b]at: b
d:[d]ad: d
f:[f]ar: f
g:[g]reat: g
h:[h]at: h
j:[j]ab: dz
š:[sh]ould: sh
ŧ:ca[tch]: tz
k:[k]eep: k
l:[l]amb: l
m:[m]oon: m
n:[n]ight: n
ŋ:si[ng]: ng
ħ:avoi[r] (Fr.): kh
p:[p]et: p
r:[r]un: r
s:[s]ee: s
t:[t]alk: t
v:[v]ictor: v
z:[z]ebra: z
ž:fis[si]on: zh
ž:[th]e: ž

In NPWG, the penultimate (next-to-last) syllable is stressed, except when there is one syllable in a word, when the only syllable is stressed.

Grammar Outline:

Articles:
To form the plural, suffix s to the stem of the article.
Do not otherwise decline.
An article, number, demonstative pronoun, indefinite pronoun, or dative personal pronoun is required in front of every noun.
The articles are ene, meaning "a", and dase, meaning "the".
Note: enes is omitted in English.

Nouns:
Formation: Stem + Case + Number/Gender
Case Sign:

Nominative: a
Dative: o
Accusative: e
Number/Gender:
Masc. Singular: r
Masc. Plural: rs
Fem. Singular: n
Fem. Plural: ns

Nouns form an adjective by suffixing the stem with foel. The adjective means "full of ~, having the qualities of ~".

Adjectives:
Adjectives use noun endings and must agree with its antecedent in case and number/gender.
Inflect to comparative by suffixing the stem with er and further declining.
Inflect to superlative by suffixing the stem with est and further declining.
Adjectives form an adverb by suffixing the stem with te.
Adjectives form a noun by suffixing the stem with nes~r~ and further declining. The noun means "state/condition/quality/degree of ~".

Verbs:
Formation: Stem + Tense Sign + Personal Endings
Tense:

Present: a
Future: e
Imperfect: o
Future Imperfect: oe
Perfect: eka
Future Perfect: eke
Pluperfect: ekeo
Past Imperfect: eko
Personal Endings:
I: (none)
You: t
He/She/It/One: d
We: s
Ye: ts
They: ds
Verbs form an agent by suffixing the stem with aed and inflecting further as a noun.
Verbs form an instrument by suffixing the stem with eyd and inflecting further as a noun.
Nominatives are not necessary in sentences, in which case, the personal ending of the main verb is used to determine the subject.
Transitive verbs do not need accusatives, in which case, the verb is treated as if to be intransitive.
Linking verbs do not have a direct object, thus take only nominatives.

Examples:
Dase floessan sad bygan. = The.sg river.nom.fem.sg is.pres.3.sg big.nom.fem.sg = The river is big.
Geba enes feolkors faelers žynkers. = Give.pres.1.sg a.pl people.dat.fem.pl much.masc.pl thing.masc.pl = I give many things to people.
Sehekat dases kyttykhers dases byrdons? = See.perf.2.sg the.pl wing.acc.masc.pl the.pl birds.dat.fem.sg = Did you see the wings of the birds?
Myž mor feohrer martzoe. = With I.dat.masc.sg leader.acc.masc.sg march.fimp.1.sg = I will have begun marching with my leader.

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