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An engelang consiting only of something like
adverbials, stringed together to form
a sentence, i.e., using serial verb construction.
The grammar's idea is the same as that of Tesяfkǝm, but
tries to be a more complete realisation this time.
A draft version of this language was presented at
[ˈtesæfkœm]: A language whose verbs
always have exactly one argument. The rest is
serial verb construction. This language is only
a selection of unconnected ideas that will be
recycled in later conlangs.
[fʊχvi]: This is my first conlang. The grammar was
originally written in German. Some parts have been translated into
English. It features a nice hanging script that is similar to Arabic
and also has a Devanagari touch. The design principle was to avoid