More from the Celticised romlang I posted about yesterday in another thread.
ixals wrote: ↑Mon 06 Aug 2018, 17:37El gclobh dtodzhorn lha vféthar ábht dha shobar.
/el glu dodʒorn ɬa veːθar aːt ða hobar/
[e̞ɫ ˈglu do̞ˈdʒo̞ːn ɬə ˈve̞ːθ.r‿aːtθ ho̞ˈbaː]
"She always closes the window before dining."
Pod-thu bpálar bplu chlarmhét ?
/pod θi baːlar bli xlarβeːt/
[ˈpo̞.d͡ði baˈlaː bli xlaˈβe̞ːt ↗]
"Can you speak more clearly?"
The preterite died out and the rest of the past tenses merged into one, as imperfect -ábh /aː/ and pluperfect -ar /aː/ were pronounced the same and were given the more regular spelling of -á /aː/. The missing tenses are now compounds similar to French. The auxiliary ar means to have.
The singular forms and the third person plural are identical but each form mutates the following word in a different way. Therefore the pronouns can be left out sometimes (not all consonants undergo all mutations).
I clearly bathe.
He/she clearly bathes.
You clearly bathe.
Also numbers one to ten:
u/unh, do, tre, cadar, tsíc, ses, set, ot, nobh, dets
/i ~ iː/, /do̞/, /tre̞/, /ˈka.də/, /t͡siːk/, /se̞s/, /se̞t/, /o̞t/, /nu/, /de̞t͡s/