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by The Federal Communist Kingdom of Fauzjhia. . 3 reads.

Fauzjhiau

Fauzjhiau is the language of Fauzjhia and its province, and it might be hard to understand. But it follow some rules that makes it easy top understand, Most of the words, and the core of the language are nearly identical to french, although, some words come from other language like english.

`(AND yes, I have mistakes in some of my own nations names. starting with Taineizbria and evilcia, who should be Lhaineizbria and Erhilzsia)

some aspect of Fauzjhiau

1 its a phonetic language, meaning the names are always pronunced like they are read. Unlike French or english, it does not make any exception, a C, is always pronunced Q

2 it use the minimum numbers of letter possible. with H with mixed with other language to reduce the number of letter used and z always being mute, and never having any signification. Here's a list of fauzjhia sound, with the letter they are associated with. fauzjhiau has fewer letters then others language, only using A, E, U, I, B, C, F, S, L, N, H, Z, R, J, Y, X... (16 letters), with 3 of them being mute, the letters O, D, G, K, Q, P, T, W, being non-existant

Fauzjhiau's letters

sound , they make

Special notes

A

A

E

E

AI

, ER, Ai

EI

Est, ait,

EU

EU

I

I

AU

O

the letter O does not exist in Fauzjhiau

U

u

UU

ou or W

Water would be spelled Uuazlheur in fauzjhiau, as W does not exist

UI

ui

II

Y or LL, as in Yara

B

B

S

C, K or Q

All S are pronunced the same way, between two I, also, K or Q does not exist in fauzjhiau

CH

Ch, as in Chasser or Tchad

BH

D

D does not exist in fauzjhiau

F

F or PH

JH

G

G does not exist in fauzjhiau

HH

H as in hospital or spanish J

in fauzjhia, H are never alone,

J

J

L

L

NH

M

M does not exist in fauzjhiau

N

N

FH

P

P does not exist in fauzjhiau

R

R

C

S, (T or C in front of a I)

LH

T

T does not exist in fauzjhiau

RH

V

V does not exist in fauzjhiau

JH+sh

X (gz)

X has a special meaning in Fauzjhiau, and is always mute

CS

x (ks)

SH

z

Z is always mute in Fauzjhia and is always used to note a phonetic pause, it always seperate two sylabs

Z

always mute

as explained higher

X

always mute

A special letter, used to seperate gender from the words, and to signal that the subject is female, never use it, because I don't often write sentance in fauzjhiau

Y

always mute

At the end of the words, its the mark of the plural

based on this table. sazfire, should be read as sa (pause) phire and bhizanhnan should be read as Di (pause) aman

2 fauzjhiau's adjective have a simple gender rule, that make no exception
Singular male : AU
Singular female : IA
Plural male : ISHAU
plural female : ISHIA
However, the names only ends with X, the letter itself being mute, making no oral difference between an aulheur (male) and an aulheurx (female). although, the genderization of the names is tolerated in certains region of Fauzjhia, like Evilcia.

----------------- (to be written later, VERBS in fauzjhiau)

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