I'm uploading this into scraps to spare my watchers something they probably are uninterested in. :c
This is an introduction to a language I've been developing called Ḷaá Siri. It's unique because it has no personal pronouns, marks for evidentiality and proximity, and because it has 10 phonemes. ^-^
I'm just posting examples of random things I've translated.
What is your name?
ri yií saraasaá ḷaarasiisar'ala?
INTER. of name-ABST. PROX.-what kind-called?
"One who is in my immediate proximity, what kind is the name of you?"
Possession in Ḷaá Siri is shown using one of five prepositions. Their use depends on the relation that the owner has to the object s/he owns.
My name is _________.
yií saraasaá lĩtḷaa________li.
i.e., yií saraasaá lĩtḷaasayarili.
of name-ABSTR. PROX.-Zachary-ADJ.V.
"The name of one's self is Zachary-like."
You can't notice it unless you know, but the suffix on "sayari" is usually lí, but when it's pitch accent changes from rising to neutral, it is a sign of absolute evidentiality, aka, this is a fact.
My dog went outside of the house.
yií yayĩḷa silisilayaa tḷasa lĩtḷaaḷaasa'aár.
of dog-AN. house- INANIM. to PROX.-PROX.-go out.
"The dog of one's self that is in my immediate proximity goes to the outside of the house."
AN. stands for "animal" not "animate".
I hope you like it! I'll post more soon.