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Created byDjuna de Lannoy
Setting and usageInternational auxiliary language
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Mundeze is a constructed auxiliary language. Its creator is Djuna de Lannoy, a Spanish who lives in Belgium. He created the language to make international communication easier. The language was published in 2012.

Grammar (how to use the language)[change | change source]

Each word in Mundeze comes from a smaller word called a root word. A root word has a root and an ending.

Here are some of the endings:

  • -e : single noun (objects and things).
  • -y : plural noun (more than one object).
  • -a : adjective (words that describe objects).
  • -o : adverb (words that describe how to do an action).
  • -i : verb (action word), infinitive (like to go, to see, to find).
  • Conjugation is optional and it is done with adverbs:
    • pretempo or preo: for the past
    • nutempo or nuo: for the present
    • postempo or poso: for the future

To indicate the aspect, there are three adverbs, which are added before the verb:

  • jo for a finished action
  • so for an action that is happening at the same moment the person is speaking
  • vo for an action that will happen in the future

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