Folksprak

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Folksprak is an auxilary language based on Germanic languages. It is an attempt to create a consensus between various "Folksprak developers" and their Folksprak dialects: Middelsprake, Folksprâk and Sprak.

Sample Text: (Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

All ménshen aere gebéred fri méd gelik wérdighéd ond rihten. Dé érve ferstand ond gewitt ond dé shulle behandele élkén inn én gést av brodershap.

\al ˈmɛnʃən ˈɛːrə gəˈbeːrəd friː meːd gəˈliːk ˈʋɛrdɪgˌheːd ɔnd rɪxtən. deː ˈɛrvə fərˈstand ɔnd gəˈʋɪt ɔnd deː ʃʊlə bəˈhandələ ˈeːlkˌeːn ɪn ən gɛst av ˈbroːdərˌʃap.\

Folksprak word formation guidelines


Links

English to Folksprak dictionary(pdf) [1]

Folksprak to Engllish dictionary (html) [2]

This article is part of a series on International Auxiliary Languages.

Romance-based Auxlangs: Aercant * Atlango * Interlingua * Latin Nov * Novial * Occidental (Interlingue) * Panroman * Romanal
Germanic-based Auxlangs: Folksprak * Nordien
Slavic Auxlangs: -
Turkic Auxlangs: Jalpi Turkic
African Auxlangs: Afrihili
Mixed-Origin Auxlangs: Esperanto * Adjuvilo * Ido * Ayola * Medial Europan * Bolak * Kotava * North American * Pantos-dimou-glossa * Pasetok * Sasxsek * Universalglot * Volapük
A priori auxlangs: -

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