The name, Pinglish, is derived from the words Pidgin and English, which it actually is. The language has not got any irregular plural nor verbs, which is a big improvement.

Type Fusional
Alignment intial
Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Genders 1
Nouns decline according to...
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Definiteness Gender
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Words of 1500
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Classification and Dialects[]

The language is pidgin of the west-germanic english branch. The language was very much influenced by a lot of different english dialects, such as Scottish, American, Australian, Cockney, and also by many other languages, like German, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Danish and Dutch.





Writing System[]

Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L
Sound a b s/k d e f g X i 3 k l
Letter M N O P R S T U V W X Y
Sound m n o p r s t u v w ks j
Sound z ß ë ü ts



Nouns can be definite or indefinite, depending on the article. "en" is the article for indefinite nouns, "de" is for definite nouns. Plurals are formed by adding the -ey end, if it ends on a consonant or -y, if it ends on a vowel.


All verbs end on -en.

Infinitives are the same as the present, except that the infinitive, like in English, has the word "to" before it.

Past is made by adding the verb "haven" (have) and present verb.

Future is formed the same, except that "gonen" (go) is used, instead of "haven".

Conditional has the word "wood" before the verb in present tense.

Subjunctive is formed by adding the words "wood karen"

Imperatives are the same as presnt tense verbs.

Verbal nouns are formed, by adding -ing at the end.

Negative verbs are formed by adding the word "not" after the verb or attaching -'t for short.

To make verbs transitive from intransitive, just add the -emen ending.


The basic word order is Subject-Verb-Object or SVO for short. The possesives are formed by adding the word "of" after the word, which is owned. The personal pronouns are also possessive pronouns. If the possessive pronoun is by itself, then it needs the word "of" before it, or the verb "belongen to". The words are written as pronounced. The "th" and "ph" sounds are used, but pronounced as f and t and also "th" is replaced with "t" and "ph" with "f".


Mi - I, me, my, mine

Yu - You, your, yours

Hi - He, Him, His, It, Its

Shi - She, her, hers

Wi - we, us, our, ours

Em - they, them, their, theirs

Of - of, from

Haven - have

Barn (pl. barney) - child

Seen - See, Watch, Observe

Seemen - Seem, Look

Hasbeli - pregnant

Mama - mom, mother

Papa - dad, father

Mashine - machine, vehicle, car

Driven - drive, ride

Gonen - go, walk

Haus - house

Maus (pl. mausey) - mouse

Monsi - butt, rare, below, under

Bicycle - bike

Skole - school

Man (pl. maney) - man

Gal - girl

Boy - boy

Reen - rain

Reyen - reign

Flayen - fly

Layen - lie, lay

Layt - light, easy

Hard - hard, dense

Gut - Good, pretty, beautful, quite, right

Loch - Lake

Mer - Sea

Sol - sun

Stele - star

Salt - salt

Hund - dog

Reenshild - umbrella

Soleshild - parasol

Shild - shield

Piken - pick (up), take, grab, catch, poke

Yea - yes

No - no

O - or

A - and

Brod - bread

Tu - too, two

Rait - right

The rest is the same as in English, except written as pronounced.

Example text[]

Article 26
1. Everen haven de rait to autbilding. Autbilding gonen benen fray, at de mor bity in de elementary a fundamental stajey. Elementary autbilding gonen benen compulsory. Technical a profesional autbilding gonen benen makent generalli putabile a mor hay autbilding gonen benen equalli putibile to allen on de basis of merit.
3. Olderey haven en prior rait to voten de sort of autbilding det gonen benen givent to em barney.