Evansk (also known as Evvaansk or Evvaanskozsprakk) is a posteriori conlang. It is based primarily off of Old English and Proto-Germanic, with four cases and extensive verb conjugation. Evansk can be written using the Latin alphabet, or using quikscript. It contains the additional letters: Š/š, Ž/ž, and Č/č, and removes the following letters: q, c, y, and x.
Pronunciation and Writing
Evansk has 23 consonant phonemes. The consonant inventory is roughly equivalent to that of modern German.
|Plosive||p b||t d||k ɡ|
|Fricative||f v||s z||ʃ ʒ||h|
The language lacks any real digraphs besides those which represent some affricates. Doubled consonants are used to make the preceding vowel short, where it can be (sprikku "to speak" ['sprɪ.ku]); otherwise, a vowel followed by more than one consonant is always short (sprikst "you speak" [sprɪkst]). Without the double /k/ in sprikku, the infinitive would be pronounced ['spri.ku] while the 2nd person singular would still be [sprɪkst].
[ʧ] is represented by Č/č, [ʃ] by Š/š, and [ʒ] by Ž/ž. [k] corresponds to /k/, [ʦ] to /ts/, [pf] to /pf/, and [ŋ] to /ng/. All sounds are represented by their IPA value besides the ones stated here.
Sounds are always predictable. The language is as phonetic as possible.