Conjugation Chart of Dystopian

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Conjugation Charts of my Dystopian Language and Phonology

Submitted: August 15, 2012

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Submitted: August 15, 2012



Regular "-at"

Infinitive: Crødzat, "To not begin"

Present Male Singular crødzer Female Singular crødzeret Male Plural crødzim Female Plural crødzimet

Regular Past First Person Singular crødzi 2nd Person Singular M crødzew-e 2nd Person Singular F crødzewet 3rd Person Singular M crødzar 3rd Person Singular F crødzaret First Person Plural crødzarnu 2nd Person Plural M crødzem 2nd Person Plural F crødzemet 3rd Person Plural/ It crødzru

Regular Future Male Singular wecrødzer Female Singular wecrødzeret Male Singular wecrødzim Female Singular wecrødzimet

Imperative 2nd Person Informal M zvicrødza 2nd Person Informal F zvihe'crødza 2nd Person Formal M xecrødza 2nd Person Formal F xehe'crødza Inclusive We nucrødza Exclusive We nuhe'crødza

Verb Related Grammatical Aspects of Dystopian Language

* Natural Negation

The Dystopian language is spoken in the negative. So while we would say, "I love apples," they would say, "I do not love apples." This is for every verb and so there is no word for use of negation. Rather there is a word to make it positive. The word, "ed," directly after a verb puts it in the positive.

* Duality of Concept Nouns and Gerunds

Gerunds and concept nouns are the same thing in Dystopian. So for example while we would say, "She likes arriving here," they would say, "She likes her arrivals here."

* Conditional Mood

The conditional mood is not an official mood in Dystopian. Conditional is formed with the regular past of the irregular verb "to be," (Hem) in front of the infinitive.

Irregular Verbs

  • Hem (To Not Be)

Present: Her, Heret, Him, Himet

Past: Hi, Hew-e, Hewet, Har, Haret, Hu, Hem, Hemet, Hlu

Future: Weher, Weheret, Wehim, Wehimet

Imperative: Halat, Hahe-lat, Heven, Heve-n, Høzu, Høze-u

  • Vad (To Not Be Able To)

Present: Ver, Veret, Vim, Vimet,

Past: Vi, Ve, Vet, Var, Varet, Vu, Vem, Vemet, Vru

Future: Wever, Weveret, Wevim, Wevimet

Imperative: Vahad, Vahe-ad, Vaqem, Vaqe-m, Vacu, Vace-u

  • Qad (To Not Do)

Present: Qer, Qeret, Qim, Qimet

Past: Qi, Qe, Qet, Qar, Qaret, Qu, Qem, Qemet, Qru

Future: Weqer, Weqeret, Weqim, Weqimet

Imperative: Qahad, Qahe-ad, Qazad, Qaze-ad, Qacad, Qace-ad

  • Aman (To Not Believe)

Present: Amer, Ameret, Amim, Amimet

Past: Ami, Amew-e, Amewet, Amar, Amaret, Amu, Amem, Amru

Future: We-amer, We-ameret, We-amim, We-amimet

Impertiave: Amaqa, Amaqe-a, Amaq-e, Amaqe-e, Amaqu, Amaqe-u

  • Lhet (To Not Go)

Present: Lhane, Lhane-t, Lhame, Lhame-t

Past: Lhan, Lhan-e, Lhanet, Lhaz, Lhazet, Lhanu, Lhanem, Lhanemet, Lhazu

Future: Welhane, Welhane-t, Welhame, Welhame-t

Imperative: Lhaca, Lhace-a, Lhata, Lhate-a, Lhava, Lhave-a

  • Wødet (To Not Come)

Present: Wør, Wøret, Wø-im, Wø-imet

Past: Wø-i, Wøw-e, Wøwet, Wøar, Wøaret, Wøhu, Wøhem, Wøhemet, Wøru

Future: Wewør, Wewøret, Wewø-im, Wewø-imet

Imperative: Wena, Wene-a, Wezna, Wezne-a, Wenqa, Wenqe-a

  • Det (To Not Enter)

Present: Der, Deret, Dim, Dimet

Past: Di, Dew-e, Dewet, Dar, Daret, Du, Dem, Demet, Daru

Future: Weder, Wederet, Wedim, Wedimet

Imperative: Dicu, Dice-u, Diz-e, Dize-e, Dita, Dite-a

  • Adet (To Not Exit) (Same as Det)
  • Ahemqad (To Not Find) (Same as Qad)
  • Natanqad (To Not Allow) (Same as Qad)
  • Natan (To Not Give)

Present: Natwer, Natweret, Natwim, Natwimet

Past: Natzi, Natz-e, Natzet, Natzar, Natzu, Natzem, Natzemet, Natzru

Future: Wenatwer, Wenatweret, Wenatwim, Wenatwimet

Imperative: Natwa, Natwe-a, Nazu, Naze-u, Naq-e, Naqe-e

  • Cavan (To Not Bring) (Same as Natan)
  • Zad (To Not Feel) (Same as Qad)
  • Radan (To Not Hear) (Same as Natan)
  • Ahem (To Not See/Look) (Same as Hem)
  • Taz (To Not Make)

Present: Tazer, Tazeret, Tazim, Tazimet

Past: Ti, Tew-e, Tewet, Tar, Taret, Tu, Tem, Temet, Tlu

Future: Wetazer, Wetazeret, Wetazim, Wetazimet

Imperative: Tazat, Taze-at, Tazen, Taze-n, Tøzu, Tøze-u

  • Zhet (To Not Know) (Same as Det)
  • Zan (To Not Live) (Same as Natan)
  • Hahem (To Not Become) (Same as Hem)

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