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Verb Conjugation And Comparison

This is a language part of the slavic branch from indo-european


Slavic - Latin - IPA - English approx. - Similarity

А a - A a - [a] - Spanish Va (From the throat) - English/Russian

Б б - Б b - [b] - Bee - English/Russian

C с - S s - [s] - Solid - English/Russian

Д д - D d - [d] - Deed - English/Russian

Э э - E e - [e] - Spanish en - Russian/Spanish

Ф φ - F f - [f] - Father - English/Russian

Г г - G g - [g] - God - English/Russian

Х x - X x - [x] - Ugh (Like an h) (supposed to feel like you are about to spit) - Russian/Spanish

И и - I i - [i] - Easy - Russian/Spanish

Й й - Ï ï - [j] - Toy - Russian

K к - K к - [k] - Cat - English/Russian

Л л - L L - [l] - Ladder - English/Russian

М м - M m - [m] - Mat - English/Russian

Н н - N n - [n] - No - English/Russian

О ο - Ο ο - [o] - Spanish Bota - Russian/Spanish

П π - Π π - [p] - Pasta - English/Russian

Q q - Q q - [kw] - Quick - English/Russian

Р p - R r - [r] - Spanish carro - Russian/Spanish

Т т - Т т - [t̪] - Spanish Triste - English/Russian

У у - У у - [u] - Boo - English/Russian

В в - В в - [v] - Very - English/Russian

W w - W w - [w] - Weather - English

З з - Z z - [z] - zeal - English/Russian

Я я - ÏA ïa - [ja] - Yaght - Russian

Є є - ÏE ïe - [je] - Like Yes - Russian

Ю ю - ÏU ïu - [ju] - You - English/Russian

Ж ж - Ž ž - [dʐ] - vision - Russian

Ш ш - Ś ś - [ʃ] - rush - Russian

Щ щ - Š š - [ɕ] - wish-sheep - Russian

Ц ц - TS ts - [ts] - ca'ts - Russian

Ч ч - Č č - [tɕ] - Chat - Russian

Θ θ - TH th - /θ~ð/ - The vs. Thigh - Greek/English/Spanish

Ѭ ѭ - Δ Δ - [jo] - yodel - Like Russian ë


All unitix plosives (stops) are unaspirated. /v/ will always be used between two vowels and /b/ will usually only start a word. The <x> is pronounced like an /h/ in english but velar NOT like /ks/. Ex. Унитих = Unitih

Unitix has 5 vowels. They do not change if they are unstressed or stressed. Unitix has 4 diphthongs which are: ia, ie, io, iu. In the Unitix orthography, these are viewed as one character due to their abundance.

Letter changes:

(Only applies to Slavic alphabet).

The letter Э э (/e/) is only used at the beginning of words. Other: use E e.

The letter И и is used interchangeably with I i modern day.

Before Унитих was conquered, I i was only used for the genitive and indirect objects in nouns and pronouns. Now, you can use either. This is because Russians only use И и.

Regional Changes: Dialect

Northerners say /ш/ instead of /c/ if it is before a stressed vowel.

Northerners also say /ч/ instead of /ц/ also if it is before a stressed vowel.



This language is made (descended) from Latin, Spanish, and all the Slavic languages. (Italic and Slavic branches of Indo-european). This language uses both the slavic and Latin alphabet

The Унитих language is NOT a national language in any of the countries above, and is not even recognized as one in the UN, but it is spoken in the ones above. Of course there are people around the world who speak this language (such as the USA), but the majority live in the countries above. The people in Russia who speak Унитих live in the “Central Siberian Plateau” and right. Russia went to war with the Унити Пополи (Uniti people) who allied with: Sibir Khanate (until 1598) Daurs Yakuts Chukchi [Because of: The Russian Conquest (1580-Late 1600)]

Those countries above all fought against the Russian people but the Russians had their own large amount of supporters (who didn’t do anything) (FIRST PICTURE). They conquered the Унитих people and all their allies and that is how they got their land. They had to merge in with Russian customs and their language became unrecognized (Russia conquering Унитих was during the 1600’s (expansion of Russia). History: HERE.



Subject / Vocative

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Singular (о/р/с/ж/щ/ч) (a/д/к/н/п/т/ш/ц/Θ) (э/г/х/у/ю/ч/Ѭ)
Plural -их -ях -єх

(There are no noun endings for: и/я/є/q/w/б/з/л/м/ф/в)

Genitive (Possession)

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Singular -iй -iй -iй
Plural -и(+last letter of root) -я(+last letter of root) -є(+last letter of root)

Direct Object

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Singular -ом -ам -eм
Plural -им -ям -єм

Indirect Object (giving)

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Singular -oít -aít -eít
Plural -oíнt -aíнt -eíнt

Allative (Motion to (place))

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Plural -ути -утя -утє

Instrumental (by means of, using)

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns

Prepositional (with/about/in/on/all prepositions)

Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Singular -оми -ами -еми
Plural -ими -ями -єми


Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Neuter Nouns
Singular -осе -ace -есе
Plural -исe -ясe -єсe

Special Rules for Nouns

Indirect Object and Instrumental Case

ALL the endings are the stressed part of the word. This is what separates it from the subject/vocative case.

Prepositional case

If there is no preposition before the noun, it will always be inferred that there is a with before it. Example:

Every day with strange signs.
Кажне ден таємнами знаками.

You can use <со>. It connects to the FIRST thing in the prepositional case. It can be connected with adjectives or nouns. Whichever comes first.

Кажне ден сотаємнами знаками.


All adjectives MATCH the ending of the nouns

It matches the end of the noun and its part of speech (ex. Subject vs. DO) All adjectives go after the noun it is modifying. Exceptions: Colors, cardinal numbers

  • The neuter gender can either be used for neuter nouns in a group or a group of masculine and feminine nouns
  • The other cases can be added with this link


To conjugate, drop the /ти/ оr /ди/from the infinitive. The stem will end in a vowel. Add the following endings:

Унитих has 9 aspects and 3 tenses.

There is a perfective, imperfective, and future for each tense (Past, present, future)

Irregular verbs

To be: Ємот

Perfective Past Imperfective Past Future Past Perfect Present Imperfect Present Future Present Perfective Future Imperfective Future Future Future
-єло/а/е -єло/а/є -єболо/а/е -єбо -єбо

-Є to the end of the P.A. or P.N.


The participle can be formed by taking the infinitive and add -Ц and take away the /t/ Participles are declinable, so just add the ending (P.O.S. (of noun)) to /Ц/ and your participle is complete.


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