Talk:Pig Latin

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    Pig Latin is a made-up language that is usually used for fun. It is made by taking the first consonants (until a vowel appears) and then putting them on the end of the word with an -ay after. For words that begin with vowels, we would add "way" to the end instead.

    Example[change source]

    Ellohay, owhay areway ouyay. Easyway owhay implesay igpay atinlay isway. Easeplay riteway otay emay.

    In English this reads: Hello, how are you. See how simple Pig Latin is. Please write to me.