There are 21 consonants in the alphabet of Altagüraba.
|B b||Ç ç||D d||F f||G g||H h|
|J j||K k||L l||M m||N n||P p|
|Q q||“KQX” “kqx”||R r||S s||T T||TH th|
|V v||W w||Z z|
In Altagüraba there are 19 vowels. Each makes its own sound and there are only 3 definite diphthongs.
|A a||Â â||Á á||Æ æ||Ã ã||E e|
|É é||I i||Í í||Ì ì||O o||Ø ø|
|Ó ó||Ö ö||U u||Û û||Ü ü||Ú ú|
The diphthongs in Altagüraba are “aa” ”ee” ”oo” All three are the open sound of the vowel.
Syntax and Grammar
All sentences are in Subject-Verb-Object. With the exceptions of the 4 cases of indirect/direct/definite verbs.
Altagüraba is a defined tone language. There are stressed vowels that have definite sounds they make. There are 17 vowels, but 6 variations of the pronunciation of ‘Y’ based on spelling; in total being 23 vowel sounds.
Verbs in Altagüraba are conjugated based on the tense, however is not based on person (gender).
There are 3 tenses: past, present, and future. As well as an infinitive form. Here are the different tenses:
|Past simple||Past perfect|
|Infinitive||Present Simple||Present Progressive|
|û + verb[rí]||verb[rí]||-yâra|