|Regulated by||Vokyn‑Dayul Anguag Bord|
(Woking‑Dale Language Board)
|Spoken in||New Dale|
The Delsh language is a language in the development stage to be used by the Dale Republic to support dale nationalism. The Delsh language is designed to be pronounced how it is written unlike the English language, with silent letters not being used in any word.
The Delsh alphabet contains 21 letters.
|Majuscule Forms (also called uppercase or capital letters)|
|Minuscule Forms (also called lowercase or small letters)|
Like that of Slin-Englysh the letter y replaces the letter i. However, this rule applies to for every use of the letter i, even during its use as a single i.
Examples of Delsh
|God mornyn!||Good morning!|
|Y lyke yys buyldyn.||I like this building.|
|Y am e ktysen of ye Repuplyk oph Nev Dayul.||I am a citizen of the Republic of New Dale.|
|Yyre hunjoyyn ye kaypytul of Vokyn||They're enjoying the capital of Woking|
|Hulu Syr, Y aym Danny. Y aym ye ulayder oph ye Repuplyk oph Nev Dayul.||Hello sir, I am Danny. I am the leader of the Republic of New Dale.|
Woking Delsh-English Dictionary
The Woking Delsh-English Dictionary, published by the Woking-Dale Language Board, is the official book of translation for Delsh into English and English into Delsh. The first Woking Delsh-English Dictionary is expected to be published towards the end of 2015–16, but won't be made available to download until 20116-17 as celebration of the creation of Delsh.