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Which script should we use for Kerbalese/Kerbanian/etc.?  

  1. 1. Which script should we use for Kerbalese/Kerbanian/etc.?

    • Kavarican
      17
    • Wormranian
      8
    • Kzplathidan
      4


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Please don't post phrases as these are not words. You also haven't fully understood the rules of the language

I'll break those down for you:

To panic=Peespacever (pi:speɪseveəʳ)

To fail=Jebker (dʒebkeəʳ)

If=Mez(mez)

Example sentence:

If you fail, don't panic.

Mez bla jebya, kemia peespaceol.

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erlsker (to laugh) (ere'sk-ker)

kan'sak (during). (kanz-zekk)

lakz'ski (launch) (lakz-zki)

I based this on Krimmiel, they are words that are from the same family.

Kahe elska kan'sak lakz'ski.

I laugh during launch.

How do we pronounce ' ?

Edited by kerbalboy2000

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Please don't post phrases as these are not words. You also haven't fully understood the rules of the language

I'll break those down for you:

To panic=Peespacever (pi:speɪseveəʳ)

To fail=Jebker (dʒebkeəʳ)

If=Mez(mez)

Example sentence:

If you fail, don't panic.

Mez bla jebya, kemia peespaceol.

I got it, it's like "mechjeb" (if fail)

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Don't mind me asking, but Whptheenah, how many languages have you made? I count six... those three, and the three at school.

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o and i just had an idea when you got all the words for the dicshonary why not start a translater for kerbal fans to download and add new words to it

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o and i just had an idea when you got all the words for the dicshonary why not start a translater for kerbal fans to download and add new words to it

I would but I'm really not that good with coding. I'll try and find out how to make a Kavarican translator asap.

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I will build a family tree of Kerbin, this weekend.

Maybe it will be a Powerpoint presentation and have the alphabet and pronunciation guide in it, the Kavarican and Krimmiel.

Maybe, I will also make a language map, maybe...

I wish to see a pronunciation guide to Kavarican please...

Thank you very much.

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Kavarican is pronounced in the same way as English, but with a very nasal German accent. The letters Sh, Ch, and Th are used instead of letter blends (as in English). The letter ' sounds like the Russian letter ê, I am not really sure how to explain the pronunciation, but it's almost like catching the word in your throat before continuing to talk.

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Kavarican is pronounced in the same way as English, but with a very nasal German accent. The letters Sh, Ch, and Th are used instead of letter blends (as in English). The letter ' sounds like the Russian letter ê, I am not really sure how to explain the pronunciation, but it's almost like catching the word in your throat before continuing to talk.

Ok, so then ' is like "y," but comes from the back of the throat.

I am also starting a book

http://kerbalspaceprogram.com/forum/showthread.php/23833-Guide-to-Kerbin-International-Kerbin-Language-Committee-s-Family-Language-Tree?p=296374#post296374

We should have some basic words in it like hello.

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