Lingwa de planeta

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This is a free wikibook on the Lingwa de planeta (Lidepla or LdP for short) constructed language or conlang.

This wikibook is an ongoing translation of the corresponding Russian book. The authors will be glad to receive some contribution, like your opinion in the talk page, or some improvements of English in the text, or ideas for exercises.

The book will consist of ten lessons, each containing some grammar explanations, translation exercises, a short text with comments and some useful conversational phrases. You will find some information about one of the languages on which the Lidepla conlang is based and read a fragment of Antoine de St. Exupéry’s The Litte Prince in that language (with transcription). There will also be a wordlist taken from that language.

Reference[edit]

Lessons[edit]

Alphabet and pronunciation
Negation, questions and answers, emphasizing particle 'ya'
Past tense and future tense particles
Cojunctions
Etiquette: acquaintance
Language in focus: English
Question words, indication words
Modal verbs
Emphasizing particles "hi" and "ku"
Prepositions
Etiquette: "Where are you from?"
Language in focus: Chinese
Adjective
Verb "bi / es / bin"
Adjective as an attribute
Verbs of availability (ye, yok, hev)
Possessive adjectives and pronouns
Particles "gro-" and "-ki"
Etiquette: "Good afternoon!", "How are you?"
Language in focus: Spanish and Portuguese

The following sections has not yet been translated:

Condition
Action time specification
Aspect prefixes
Transition particles
Etiquette ("Thank you!", "Pardon?")
Language in focus: Arabic
Exact number (Numerals)
Approximate number
Time specification
Dates, seasons
Periods of time
Measurements, prices
Etiquette: question about age
Language in focus: Hindi
Comparison
Adjectives and verbs functioning as nouns
Nouns with the doer and object meanings
Nouns relating to qualities
Attribute expression
Etiquette: weather
Language in focus: Russian
Situation prepositions
Motion prepositions
Etiquette ("How do I get to...?")
Language in focus: Japanese
Passive voice
Act combination
Relational prepositions
Language in focus: German
Particles
Word combination
Language in focus: French

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