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The Mahusetan Language (Langonia le Mahusetoni) is a constructed language, built and primarily spoken in Mahuset. It is characterized as an a posteriori language due to the fact that it has elements from Germanic languages, mostly from Dutch and German. Other influences include Italian, Danish and Radonic. It is currently regulated by the RSMRL, the Royal Society for the Mahusetoni-Radoni languages.
Common Words and Phrases
- Hello (formal) or Good Afternoon: Halö
- Hi (informal): Hæl
-ia: Present tense
-er: Past tense
-il: Future Tense
-æsö: Plural if the word already ends with ö
Estra-: -er (as in Bigg-er)
Bæsse-: the most (as in the most democratic state in the world is Mahuset)
-eln: To turn a noun into an adjective
To define normal words you put le next to the word and the word you want to define it as next to le. If you want to say "Mahusetan Wiki" you say "Wiki le Mahusetoni".
Verbs within verb
If you need a verb to define a verb like in I am going to the supermarket to buy chocolate you define the first verb normally, and the following verbs like normal words. Like: "Iche genernia'Telemart zö kösania le choco.'"