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Mypriec/Mypriec (Myprecs) is a Mapperdonic Language used as a purpose of alternate communication.

Verbs
êtrās - to be
havās - to have
mângās - to eat
drênkās - to drink
klôkās - to tell the time
vivās - to live
likās - to like
bëyās - to be there (there
dêlikās - to dislike
hâtās - to hate
lêifās - to love
sȳnās - to think
apêllās - to call
apêllāssir - to be called
vashās - to wash
vashāssir - to wash (oneself)
liberās - To be free
typās - to type
dêletās - to delete
editās - to edit
exitās - to exit
hurlās - to scream
pluās - to cry
pleuvās - to rain
snôrās - to snow
jûās - to play
tûās - to take
sûās - to say
lûās - to read
stās - to stand
ôndestās - to understand
cômpetās - to complete
compiêtās - to compete
mettrās - to put
battrās - to fight
ômettrās - to put on
vêurrās - to see
mêurrās - to die
naîtrās - to be born
mappās - to map (make mapping videos)
mapperās - to be a mapper
svitās - to switch
entrās - to enter
petrās - to be able to (can)
mûtrās - to have to (must)
wâizās - to be willing to (will)
sâizās - to ought to (shall)
hûngrās - to be hungry
sôifās - to be thirsty
cheudās - to be warm
frôidās - to be cold
richās - to be rich
peurās - to be poor
showās - to show
tellās - to tell
qômmünikatās - to communicate
argüās - to agree
no argüās - to disagree

Making Negatives
When making a negative, we add 'No' before the verb.
I have a cake - Mi havo em Cajk.
I don't have a cake - Mi no havo em Cajk.

When saying 'never', we use 'Niëȳ' before the verb.
I agree with you - Mi argüo mith tia.
I never agree with you - Mi niëȳ argüo mith tia.

When saying 'neither', we use 'Nïr' after the verb.
I haven't read - Mi no havo gelûōye.
I haven't read neither - Mi no havo nïr gelûōye.

Articles
There are 2 genders in this Mapperdonic language. (Masculine/Feminine)
For the Article 'A', there are words. 'En and Em'.

E.g.
En Bük (masc) - A Book
Em Cajk (fem) - A Cake

For the Article 'The', you put the Article 'A' at the end of the noun.

Büken - The book
Cajkem - The cake

For plural, use 'De (masc) and 'Je (fem) meaning, This/those/these.

De Büken - This/Those/These books
Je Cajkem - This/Those/These cakes

Prepositions
To - Til (to a place)
To - Iā (for verbs e.g. I am going to see)
On - Pā
At - Ar
At - Ard (Ar+De)
At - Arj (Ar+Je)
Above - Abüs
Under - ônde

Pronouns
I - Mi
You - Ti
He/She - Hi/Si
We - Ni
You - Vi
They - Zi

Possessive Pronouns
My - Mio
Your - Tio
His/Her - Hio/Sio
Our - Nio
Your - Vio
Their - Zio

Accusitive Pronouns
Me - Mia
You - Tia
His/Her - Hia/Sia
Us - Nia
You - Via
They - Zia

Reflexive Pronouns
I - Me
You - Te
He/She - Se
We - Ne
You - Ve
They - Ze


How to make different Simple Tenses (Conjugate Verbs)
To make the verb, remove the 'ās' ending and add on these:

Present Tense - o
Imperfect Tense - e
Future Tense - aye
Conditional Tense - âi
Past Historic - û

Present Subjunctive - ō
Imperfect Subjunctive - ē
Future Subjunctive - âȳe
Past Historic Subjunctive - ūs

Imperative: īs

Present Participle: īye
Past Participle - ōye

How to form the Compound Tenses
Perfect Tense - Present Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Pluperfect Tense - Imperfect Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Future Perfect - Future Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Conditional Perfect - Conditional Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Past Historic Perfect - Past Historic of êtrās/havās + past participle

Perfect Subjunctive - Present Subjunctive Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Pluperfect Subjunctive - Imperfect Subjunctive Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Future Perfect Subjunctive - Future Subjunctive Tense of êtrās/havās + past participle
Perfect Historic Subjunctive - Past Historic Subjunctive of êtrās/havās + past participle

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