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Understanding the Makronesian Alphabet and its pronunciations and what is Makronesian?

Bahasa Makronezhjë is an Constructed Austro-European Language

Makronesian
Bahasa Makronezhjë
Type
Micronational(Unofficially)/IAL
Alignment
ergative-absolutive
Head direction
head-final
Tonal
No
Declensions
No
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



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Makronesian or Bahasa Makronezhjë is a Constucted International Auxillary (and unofficially micronational) language, which is a phonetic language, where is Created from 16-years old boy.

Makronesian is a creole Indo-european Language(from a new family called Austro-European) based in Indonesian with Influences from many Languages, like Greek, Albanian, klingon etc. makronesian is still in development stage(pre-final), and it wants some months or even more than a year to become ready to talk it fully without untranslated words or things. Also you can Speak this Language but partialy. Due that there is no words for some things yet(maybe in past) and the translated words are between 250-300 or more. Also need to write it that Makronesian is the first Language that has a translation for the Greek word "Φίλοτιμο" which is translated as "filotimë" or "tëmanharga"

So Makronesian Language and its Alphabet is based on Albanian by default with some changes in pronunciations and added more consonats(like sj [ʂ], lh [ɬ], tlh [t͡ɬ], Q [qʰ or c or t͡ʃ](Q is equalivent with Albanian Q) ch/ç [t͡ʃ], oe [œ] and ' [ʔ]). Also Makronesian, has one big and important dialect and 2 Important Alphabets: Shqjiptarisht Dialect, një toskisht(tosk based) alphabet and njê ghegisht(gheg based) alphabet, in nje ghegisht nasalization is optional and is not included in alphabet, the Shqjiptarisht is the Standart version of Makronesian, also, in shqjiptarisht, when the name of most consonants ends with e or a, so lets look now:

Një Toskisht Alphabet

A B C Ç D Dh E Ë F G Gh Gj H I J K Kh
a b/bʰ t͡s/t͡ʃ* t͡ʃ d ð e ə f g ɣ d͡ʒ h i/ɪ j/ɪ k x
L Ll Lh M N Ng Nj O Oe P Q R S Sh Sj T Th
l ɫ ɬ m n ŋ ɲ o/ɔ œ p/pʰ

q/qʰ/c(një toskisht)

q/qʰ/t͡ʃ(nje ghegisht)

r/ɾ s ʃ ʂ t/tʰ θ
Tlh U V W X Xh Y Z Zh '
t͡ɬ u v/ⱱ w d͡z/ k͡s d͡ʒ y z ʒ ʔ

Additional vowels(of Njê ghegisht alpabet)

â ä ê ô û ŷ
ɒ ɑ ɛ ø ʊ ʏ

Diphthongs(of both alphabets)

aj[]
ej[]
oj[]
uj[]
yj[]
ij[]
au[]
eu[]
ou[]
iu[]
yu[]
aw[]
ew[]
ow[]
uw[]
yw[]
iw[]
aʲ/ai/aɪ[]
eʲ/ei/eɪ[]
oʲ/oi/oɪ[]
uʲ/ui/uɪ[]
yʲ/yi/yɪ[]
iʲ/iː/ɪː[]
au[]
eu[]
ou[]
iu[]
yu[]
[]
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[]
[]
[]
ai[]
ei[]
oi[]
ui[]
yi[]
ii[]
aa[]
ee[]
oo[]
uu[]
yy[]
âj êj ôj ûj ŷj
ai/aɪ[]
ei/eɪ[]
oi/oɪ[]
ui/uɪ[]
yi/yɪ[]
iː/ɪː[]
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[]
[]
uː[]
yː[]
ɒʲ/ɒi/ɒɪ ɛʲ/ɛi/ɛɪ øʲ/øi/øɪ ʊʲ/ʊi/ʊɪ ʏʲ/ʏi/ʏɪ
ae[]
oe[]
ue[]
ie[]
ye[]
ââ ää êê ôô ûû ŷŷ
æ[]
œ[]
ue[]
ie[]
ye[]
ɒː ɑː ɛː øː ʊː ʏː

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