As I, Dr. Aydin Baykara, a cross-thinker, has been trying to learn foreign languages, have been -like many people- also unhappy about so many irregularities and ambiguites. I wondered why people don't undertake anything to eliminate so many complex, nonsense rules in grammer, pronunciation etc. (e.g. English, German, Turkish, Arabic, Russian, Spanish). This way I came to the idea of the constructed language. After studying of about 25-30 of the conlangs published already I find out that it would be possible to construct a more simple, functional and non-fantastic language.
The result is AyBayConLang (ABCL), with a lexicon of the basic vocabulary of about 7000 root words which is considered sufficient for a fair communication at the level of the foreign language, its motto being: New Word-New World (Eni Bönne-Eni Vinne)
“AyBay ConLang” (ABCL) is an a priori language, which means that the complete vocabulary has been created entirely new. It is a conlang containing partly the features of philosophical and logical languages. It is less agglutinative, but fairly inflective and derivative too. It has few simple grammatical rules, limited number of derivational suffixes compared e.g. with English, five tenses only, no noun and adjective declension for cases, no articles and genders. Limited number of aspects and moods. Only one counterfactual subjunctive for the past and one for the future. Word creation follows certain rules in logical classes.
Above 7000 common root words have been already defined, any new word can be easily derived with the help of the limited derivational suffixes and simple derivation rules (e.g. from a known verb in to a noun or vice versa). Lexicon has been set up as an Excel table for ABCL-English, separately for nouns, verbs, adjectives etc., each of them classified internally in to logical groups. Syntax has strict order, SVO, adjectives before nouns, adverbs after verbs they modify.
- Constructed Language AYBAYCONLANG (ABCL)
- ORTHOGRAPHY of ABCL
- ALPHABET and PRONUNCIATION of ABCL
- VOCABULARY, LEXICON, WORD FORMATION/DERIVATION of ABCL
- NOUNS of ABCL
- VERBS of ABCL
- ADJECTIVES of ABCL
- Numbers in ABCL
- ADVERBS of ABCL
- CONJUNCTIVES-PREPOSITIONS of ABCL
- PRONOUNS of ABCL
- NEGATION AND QUESTIONS in ABCL
- TENSES and ASPECTS in ABCL
- DECLINATION, FLEXION, MODALS/MOODS/MODUS in ABCL
- GREETING and WISHES in ABCL
- SYNTAX of ABCL
- LEXICON of ABCL
- SAMPLE TEXT for ABCL