Transitivity in verbs[]

If all verbs are transitive, how would you say:

  • I am happy
  • It is raining
  • Dogs bark
  • The window is broken

08:42, April 3, 2013 (UTC) ~) The Elector, Darkness Immaculate

Thanks for checking out this page! I will translate each of your sentences.

I am happy.

NuyVizHap. (The direct object HapPrs "happy person" is implied. )

It is raining.

RenVizJak. (Literally rain is existing. Implied direct object: JakXiq existing thing. )

Dogs bark.

DogZisMekNuz. (Dogs make noise. You could specify LadNuz loud noise. )

The window is broken.

9ytWidVizBrkTid. (Implies direct object BrkTidXiq broken thing. )

--Ostracod (talk) 12:30, April 3, 2013 (UTC)

Consonant and vowels[]

"R, W, Y can be both consonants and vowels." What are the consonant/vowel values? You did not list the consonant version of Y/W, or the vowel version of R. YUPE (talk) 23:26, May 10, 2013 (UTC)