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Atlango

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Introduction

Atlango was written by Richard A. Antonius as an IAL. It has been used for a translation of the Babel Text. Atlango is derived primarily from European languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and German but also Latin and Ancient Greek and inspired by constructed languages: Volap√ľk, Esperanto, Ido, Occidental, Novial, Neo and Interlingua.

The verb

All verbs are regular.

Sample verb: ami

Participles
Active Passive
1 aminta amita
2 amanta amata
3 amonta amota
Indicative Conditional Imperative
Present ama amu Sg.2: ames! / am'!

Pl.1 am' to!

Past ami - -
Past perfect amis amus -
Future amo - -
Future perfect amos - -

Sample verbs

Click verbs to conjugate them in the table above!
ami, debi, dezi, esti, feri, havi, podi, prizi, vadi, xanti.

Additional info

Categories: Conlang | Latin script | Dynamic

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