Conlang
Post-Modern English
Ingliss
Type Anglic
Alignment
Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations No
Genders No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Ingliss (IPA: iŋgʷɪs̠) or Post-Modern English is another prediction of Future English.

Phonology[]

Consonants[]

Bilabial Labio-dental Alveolar Apico-Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive pb p̪b̪ td kg ʔ
Fricitive f sz s̠z̠ ʝ ɦ
Affricate ts̠ dz̠
Approximant w
Flap or tap ɾ

Vowels[]

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i u
Near-high ɪ ʊ
High-mid e o
Mid ə
Low-mid ɛ ʌɔ
Near-low
Low ɑɒ

Mergers and Sound Change[]

  • Went-Lent-Rent Merger: l and ɹ > w
  • Vowel Shift: aɪ > ɛ, ɛɪ > e, e > ɪ, i > ɪ (medial), ʌ > ʊ
  • Simeotaneous Th-Stopping and Th-Fronting: θ > f, ð > d
  • F-Stopping: f > p̪, v > b̪
  • Sh-Fronting: ʃ > s̠

Grammar[]

Nouns[]

Ingliss Nouns are similar to English Nouns, but declination is different:

  • Plurals ending in a consonant have the suffix -e (pronounced /ə/) and plurals ending in vowels have the suffix -es (pronounced /əz/) or -s if it ends in a schwa.
  • Genetives have the suffix -s (pronounced /z/) as opposed to -'s
    • Plural Genitives have the suffix -se (pronounce /zə/)

Verbs[]

Similarly to nouns, Ingliss Verbs are nearly identical to English Verbs, and the only difference is that you use the suffix -in (pronounced /ɪn/) instead of -ing (pronounced /iŋ/)

Lexicon[]

Personal Pronouns[]

1st 1st Pl. 2nd 2nd Pl. 3rd M 3rd N 3rd I 3rd F 3rd Pl. 3rd I Pl.
Nominative I ɛ we wi yo jo yu ju he i de di it ɪʔ she s̠i dey de ein ɛn
Accusative me mi us ʌs him ɪm dey de her ɚ dem dɪm
Genitive Desc. mie maɪ ors ɔɚz yur jɚz yon jɒn his ɪz dis dɪz its ɪts der
Genitive mien mɛn or ɔɚ yurs hers ɚz ders dɚz

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