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Name: Name of the conlang

Alignment: The Morphosyntactic Alignment
Primary Word Order: Default Word Order
Language Type: Synthetic, Agglutinating? Polysynthetic even?

Declined?: Yes/no?
Conjugated? A simple yes/no.

Amount of Phonemes: A simple 1, 2,(God forbid)3 or 4 digit number.
Basic Syllable Structure: Like CCVC, CNCVC etc.
Significant Sound Changes?: Another one of them "yes/no"s

Inflections?: Are there any? Or articles and apositons?
Cases? A simple yes/no.
Amount of Cases: A number of under four digits, please :D
Verb Categories: Moods, tenses and the likes.
Pronouns?: A simple yes/no. Rarely no.
Adjectives Agree with Nouns?: Simple :D

Purpose of Conlang: Artlang? IAL even?
This is a template for you guys :D It might get expanded in the future. Might work on it in the future.
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Nederbird Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
Love this template! Just one question: what do you mean by sound changes? Is it if the language has changes much from its parent language(s) or if it contain umlauting and similar features?
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Rostov-na-don Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey. Yeah the template's mad outdated - I've been sporadically thinking of making a new one but eh what do I know.

For sound changes I meant more along the lines of synchronic processes: sound changes still in effect that carry out during inflection or whatnot, like voicing assimilation that makes [zb] from /sb/.
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KenoSxero Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd love to create a conlang that could be written letter-for-letter in the Latin, Cyrillic, and Kana scripts. Of course, such a language would be restricted to a Japanese-like syllabary. I'm going to give that idea some serious thought :)
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Rostov-na-don Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You know, you don't have to make it fit Japanese phonosyntactics; I remember a Finnish hiragana attempt, and I know of an Icelandic katakana orthography, so there's some ideas there.
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KenoSxero Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
True. I hadn't thought about that. Thanks for the Icelandic Katakana link.
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TheCytor Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Student
I'll use it. :-D
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Prof-Stein Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I will use this. Eventually. >_<
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mbrsart Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
:iconfblikeplz: Ooh, nice! I should do a couple of these. Now to Wikipedia for some research.
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Rostov-na-don Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Also, check the other template :D
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EmperorZelos Featured By Owner May 12, 2011
I recognise this one e.e
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