Pronuciation

Brevlo letters use a portion of the ISO Latin alphabet, allowing them to be displayed on any device.

Brevlo's pronunciation is fully regular. Unlike Esperanto, any combination of letters produces an unambiguous sound.

The alphabet of Brevlo is very similar to that of Lojban.

Alphabet

Diphthongs

Diphthongs is a fancy word for two or more vowels that make a unique sound.

Digraphs

Digraphs is a fancy word for two or more consonants that make a distinct sound.

Parts of Speech

Brevlo contains a few different classes of words.

Nouns

All nouns in Brevlo are singular, unless modified by an A-word that makes the noun plural.

A-Words

These are the Brevlo equivalent of English articles, adverbs, and adjectives.

Keywords

These are the Brevlo equivalent of prepositions and conjunctions.

Verbs

Brevlo verbs do not change forms, but have adverbs applied to them.

Inquisitors

These are a key feature of the Brevlo language. Inquisitors can be thought of as specific means of asking questions.

Some examples:

Syntax

This section deals with the basic syntax (sentence structure) of the language.

In its most basic representation, a Brevlo sentence follows the structure below: