Algilez International Language - Grammar
20 July 2015
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No auxiliary language can really be started on a clean sheet of paper. There are already too many international
conventions that are so well established that it would be impossibly disruptive to change them (e.g. a decimal
number system written in descending figures from left to right, a Latin based genus naming system for animals and
plants etc, both of which are retained in Algilez). However, there are other aspects, such as the use of a new
alphabet, that would rapidly repay the investment of time needed to learn it by elimination of the confusion resulting
from the multiple sounds possible for conventional Latin alphabet letters. A new alphabet has been produced for
Algilez. See Algilez Alphabet & Font
for further details.
This Grammar Guide
This grammar guide provides the full grammatical rules for Algilez. There are numerous examples in each of the
sections, which should help provide easier comparisons and understanding than just from the vocabulary alone.
Many of the things we say, the questions we ask, etc. are done in a way that reflects not only our language but also
our culture. Algilez does not (yet) have a culture and consequently can be used to express the core meanings
intended, without unnecessary words. In many languages (including English) these additional words are often
included for the sake of politeness. For native speakers it would sound very abrupt and impolite to omit them. In
Algilez, things can still be said in a polite form but often using less words than native languages.
For information about the specification of Algilez and the Rules of Algilez see Information . Top