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'''{{SUBPAGENAME}}''' (''Qivattutannguaq'' /hivatːutaŋːuaχ/ or ''Qivattuq tannguaq'' /hivatːuχ taŋːuaχ/) was an Indo-European language inspired by Inuit, Old Persian and Proto-Celtic.
Qivattutannguaq is a result of Indo-European being influenced by the paleo-European [[Corded Ware (Lõis)|Corded Ware languages]]. It was spoken in Qivattulundun, which is located in our Great Britain. It was divided into two registers, the high register Qunngartutannguaq ("perfected language") and the Corded Ware-influenced vernacular Prisinitutannguaq ("natural language").
*1: ainuq (m.)/ainaa (f.)/ainun (n.)
Qivattutannguaq has a rather small phonology.
Vowels: i u a ii uu ee aa ai au iu ui
Case distinctions between subject and direct object was observed only in Qunngartutannguaq, not in the more Corded Ware-influenced Prisinitutannguaq.
===Functions of the cases===
*The direct object of a negative verb takes the genitive:
*''su'' = with
*''viz'' = without
*''in'' = in
*''at'' = at
*''anti'' = against
===-éye- verbs===
taiseet (*doyḱ-éye-ti) = he locates, he pinpoints
*present: taisijaa, taiseeq, taiseet, taisijaamaq, taiseeti, taisijuut

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