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by The United Socialist States of Depro. . 4 reads.

Official Guide to the Deproan Language

[center][b][u]Personal Pronouns[/u][/b][/center]
[b]First Person Singular:[/b] proca
[b]First Person Singular Possessive:[/b] pro
[b]Second Person Singular:[/b] ceppon
[b]Second Person Singular Possessive:[/b] cep
[b]Third Person Singular:[/b] gycy
[b]Third Person Singular Possessive:[/b] gy
[b]First Person Plural:[/b] ampcyp
[b]First Person Plural Possessive:[/b] amp
[b]Second Person Plural:[/b] johnstu
[b]Second Person Plural Possessive:[/b] john
[b]Third Person Plural:[/b] osacha
[b]Third Person Plural Possessive:[/b] osac

[b][u]Most Common Verbs:[/u] to be:[/b] musmu [b]to have:[/b] helful [b]to like:[/b] ciapia [b]to go:[/b] chardpel [b]to make:[/b] myide
[b][u]Simple Words:[/u] a:[/b] hyb [b]and:[/b] myr [b]the:[/b] tem [b]but:[/b] acha [b]or:[/b] sai
[i]Articles are only used when it is necessary to specify whether the noun in question is specific or not. They may also appear different depending on the grammatical case of the noun.[/i]

[b][u]Animals:[/u] dog:[/b] isone [b]cat:[/b] franra [b]fish:[/b] lia’la [b]bird:[/b] haskat [b]cow:[/b] fenpus [b]pig:[/b] caho [b]mouse:[/b] narka [b]horse:[/b] chalro [b]wing:[/b] turi [b]animal:[/b] bianche
[b][u]Transportation:[/u] train:[/b] diltapebygeoc [b]airplane:[/b] diltaturigeoc [b]car:[/b] chardpelgeoc [b]truck:[/b] pebygeoc [b]bike:[/b] pygnenchardpelgeoc [b]bus:[/b] diltachardpelgeoc [b]boat:[/b] peitsistgeoc [b]ship:[/b] diltapeitsistgeoc [b]tire:[/b] peitfasgangeoc [b]gasoline:[/b] canerihan [b]ticket:[/b] mavy
[b][u]Locations:[/u] city:[/b] diltabauy [b]house:[/b] hinitay [b]apartment:[/b] pygnenhinitay [b]street:[/b] laesai [b]airport:[/b] diltaturigeochinitay [b]train station:[/b] diltapebygeochinitay [b]bridge:[/b] peitsist [b]hotel:[/b] opneherirhinitay [b]restaurant:[/b] nenyhinitay [b]farm:[/b] bianqchehantay [b]court:[/b] rieboldhinitay [b]school:[/b] saiherhinitay [b]office:[/b] hinizisighinitay [b]room:[/b] pygnentay [b]town:[/b] bauy [b]university:[/b] diltasaiherhinitay [b]club:[/b] bundoxuhanhinitay [b]bar:[/b] bundoxuhantay [b]park:[/b] rytay [b]camp:[/b] ryhinitay [b]shop:[/b] chlicaotay [b]theater:[/b] licatay [b]library:[/b] pygnensaihertay [b]hospital:[/b] diltalacahinitay [b]church:[/b] helaohanhinitay [b]market:[/b] rychlicaotay [b]country:[/b] diltabundoxu [b]building:[/b] hinitay [b]ground:[/b] caneri [b]outer space:[/b] diltabanno [b]bank:[/b] hiniclicahinitay
[b][u]Clothes:[/u] hat:[/b] bipsacunipien [b]dress:[/b] diltacunipien [b]suit:[/b] diltacunipien [b]skirt:[/b] larixcunipien [b]shirt:[/b] dilirrcunipien [b]t-shirt:[/b] dilirrcunipien [b]pants:[/b] larixcunipien [b]shoe:[/b] thetocunipien [b]pocket:[/b] hinicunipien [b]stain:[/b] rypeitcunipien [b]clothes:[/b] cunipien
[b][u]Colors:[/u] red:[/b] couces [b]green:[/b] rafar [b]blue:[/b] sigr [b]yellow:[/b] nema [b]brown:[/b] liasuttun [b]pink:[/b] gepan [b]orange:[/b] chota [b]black:[/b] keju [b]white:[/b] zeter [b]gray:[/b] nera’
[b][u]Numbers:[/u] zero:[/b] nymprien [b]one:[/b] tonbif [b]two:[/b] lashas [b]three:[/b] narcu [b]four:[/b] ofref [b]five:[/b] petbas [b]six:[/b] ginkcent [b]seven:[/b] trachal [b]14:[/b] lashashal [b]21:[/b] narcuhal [b]28:[/b] ofrefhal [b]35:[/b] petbashal [b]42:[/b] ginkcenthal [b]49:[/b] trachaltrachal      

[center][b][u]Conjugations of Musmu: To Be (Irregular) [/u][/b][/center]
[b]Finite Forms:[/b] [i]1st sg., 2nd sg., 3rd sg., 1st pl., 2nd pl., 3rd pl.[/i]
[b]Indicative Active Present:[/b] promu, cepu, gymu, ampu, johnu, osacu
[b]Indicative Active Imperfect:[/b] protia, cepia, gytia, ampia, johnia, osacia
[b]Indicative Active Future:[/b] prolac, cepac, gylac, ampac, johnac, osacac
[b]Indicative Active Perfect:[/b] prokar, cepar, gykar, ampar, johnar, osacar
[b]Indicative Active Pluperfect:[/b] probis, cepis, gybis, ampis, johnis, osacis
[b]Indicative Active Future Perfect:[/b] proka, cepa, gyka, ampa, johna, osaca
[b]Subjunctive Active Present:[/b] (ka ...) promu, cepu, gymu, ampu, johnu, osacu
[b]Subjunctive Active Imperfect:[/b] (ka ...) protia, cepia, gytia, ampia, johnia, osacia
[b]Subjunctive Active Perfect:[/b] (ka ...) prokar, cepar, gykar, ampar, johnar, osacar
[b]Subjunctive Active Pluperfect:[/b] (ka ...) probis, cepis, gybis, ampis, johnis, osacis
[b]Imperative Active Present:[/b] (mon ...) promu, cepu, gymu, ampu, johnu, osacu
[b]Imperative Active Future:[/b] (mon ...) prolac, cepac, gylac, ampac, johnac, osacac
[b]Non-finite Forms:[/b] [i]active present, active perfect, active future, passive present, passive past, passive future[/i]
[b]Infinitive:[/b] musmu, muskar, muslac, tumusmu, tumuskar, tumuslac
[b]Participle:[/b] musmuvan, muskarvan, muslacvan, tumusmuvan, tumuskarvan, tumuslacvan  
[i]
Verbs have two different categories: abstract and complex. Abstract verbs (also called simple verbs) are short, everyday verbs such as to be [/i](musmu)[i], to have [/i](helful)[i], and to like [/i](ciapia)[i]. Abstract and complex verbs have different conjugations, which is why the distinction is important. [/i]Musmu[i] is technically irregular, but since it is the only irregular verb, it is officially in the abstract category.
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