- Language: Talhata
- Created: 2002
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- Language family: personal language
A constructed language by David Stewart-Candy.
Talhata is unique in that word order indicates verbal tense. There are only two tense conjugations used: present-past and future-conditional. Shifting the position of the predicate in the sentence results in differentiating between the present and past tense, and the future and conditional tense. For example, I see you in Talhata is "vusaat sii" while I saw you is "sii vusaat".
Language sources: Turkish, Finnish, some First Nation's languages such as Nuxalk (Bella Coola) and Dakelh (Central Carrier), Irish Gaelic, Mongolian, Basic English and Standard English (vocabulary).