Hello! Here is the first draft of my personal language
: Casia. It has a large variety of palatal consonants, ergative-absolutive alignment, highly irregular plural formation, six tenses, and agglutinative morphology that shows some fusionality. I am also developing a logography for it.
The text at the bottom of the second picture means:
It's silent again.
The top picture says:
coex monb bagomp jaxoab
coe-x mo-nb b-a-go-mp jaxoa-b
sister.ERG.SG.DEF 1.GEN.SG.DEF IND.NONVIS.TEL.DUR.TRANS.make.HODPST.COMP biscuit.ABS.PL.DEF
/coex munθ θɶɟʝɔmp ɥɶɣoaθ/
My sister has made biscuits. (I can smell them)
The root word is shown with a single glyph and grammatical categories are shown with diacritics. Here are some of the glyphs:
I would really appreciate constructive criticism, especially of the grammar.