Conspiracyspeak

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Conspiracyspeak is one of the national languages of the Principality of Seems. It is an developed conlang, but has very little vocabulary. The structure of the language is similar to that of Newspeak, the language of Oceania in 1984.

Principles

Grammar

The grammar of Conspiracyspeak has three main ideas and structures.

  • 1. Only the bare minimum of words to get your point across is the standard way of stringing together clauses, sentences, and words.
  • 2. There are only past tenses of verbs. For example, if you're going to say, "I'm heading to the store," you would change heading to headed, and use context clues to indicate the future or present tense.
  • 3. Words can go in any order to form a sentence, as long you can get your point across clearly.

Prefixes & Suffixes

Prefixes

In Conspiracyspeak, there is no antonyms; only negation. For example if you would like to say, "Don't proceed," you would change the word don't/do not to unproceed. Another prefix is best-. This implies a positive to the word, such as bestday (lit. good day).

  • "Prop-" implies falsehood. E.g, proptalk (lit. false talk).
  • "Rall-" implies truth. E.g, ralltalk (lit. true talk).

Suffixes

  • "-ed" implies a verb.
  • "-ful" implies an adjective.
  • "-smart" implies an adverb.

Synonyms and Antonyms

There are no antonyms in Conspiracyspeak, nor is there synonyms.

Vocabulary