Theloskrit is centered around its written form.
The rules are simple, and similar to Latin.
Subject nouns and prounouns are normally placed before the
main verb of the clause; however, because they are distinct nouns, they
may be placed elsewhere in the clause for emphasis or poetic purposes.
As in other languages, two conjugated verbs are never written
Proper nouns, when written, are circled.
Punctuation is basic:
Exclamation // (at the end of the sentence,
within the sentence)
A vowel is written in normal script only when it begins the
word, or is preceeded by another vowel, or, in the case of an omnis,
at the end of the word. If a vowel begins a word, a smooth breathing
mark ' or a rough breathing mark " comes before it. If a rough breathing
mark is shown, an english "h" sound is vocalized with the vowel.
If the vowel that begins the word is an omnis, however, it is not
written in script, but is simply indicated by a breathing mark alone.