Lanquanese [IPA: læŋkwә'niz] is a Romance language. It is a constructed language devised by conlanger Xquozojak. The structure of Lanquanese is similar to that of many other Latin-based languages, with the construction of words mostly resembling French and the sound of the language having a flow near to that of Italian. Other works created by Xquozojak include Lanquanese-English and English-Lanquanese dictionaries, vocabulary and grammar handbooks, a verb conjugation manual, and excepts from the Bible. Accompanying the language, a constructed country named Lanquania has been created to add a layer of depth to the language. Lanquania has a map written as well as a national anthem.
Lanquanese can be written using either of three alphabets: the Latin alphabet, Cyrillic alphabet, or Lamezzian, an alphabet created by Xquozojak to complement the language. Lamezzian can also be used to write English, if desired. In everyday writing and literature, the Latin alphabet is the standard, however the Cyrillic and Lamezzian alphabets are used in numerous regions around Lanquania.
Tuccì le humani sõe naitratte liberate e equale in dignità e dretti. Ole sõe dutte con razzone e consgîenza e accîtarõe averzzo un e l’aūtro en un spirito di fraternité.
Тукчи ле хумани со е найтратъе либерате е еќале ин дињитаь е дретъи. Оле со е дутъе кон рацоне е коншіенза е акчитаро е аверцо ун е лъаўтро ен ун спирито ди фратернитеь.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
For more information about Lanquanese, please visit www.learnlanquanese.webs.com
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