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Vowels37Automated translation from English to GovLang is difficult because English has many exceptions to it's own rules making it difficult to program. GovLang uses a Subject-Verb-Object (SVO) word order and uses roots and suffixes to generate words, making it more inuitive and consistent. It has more pronouns but it doesn't have masculine or feminine and it doesn't differentiate between person and object. GovLang has more single word prepositions that are generated from roots and suffixes making it more intuitive. The articles can be proper or improper since GovLang doesn't use capitalization to distinguish a proper noun. There are conjunctions. In GovLang the puncuation preceeds the sentence and can indicate the evidentiality of the sentence. The open class suffixes include 20 different tenses for verbs, a suffix for adjectives, a suffix for adverbs and suffixes for noun objects, noun interjects and noun subjects.
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C+V4,144
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V+C4,144
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C+V+C464,128
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V+C+V153,328
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IPA#NAME?
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FFF#NAME?
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SSML#NAME?
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