Q.

leausui ryq zhao^{1} |
Existance is struggle |

leq cheie maeo kka gy kaao dy^{2} |
The bird is the one who the cat hunts |

heq cauq dy^{3} |
There is 1 animal |

meo maqppuiq dy | There are 0 plates |

zheesui ryq kaoiq | Love is a feeling |

heo sha bacuo meohuq dy^{4} |
I eat twelve bananas |

**ryq**turns a predicate into a new ona that means “the action of doing that predicate.” For example, since**zheo**is “x1 exists,”**ryq zheo**is “to be the action of existing.”**leq**is the weirdest word this language has. Let’s break this sentence by parts:**cheie maeo [X] gy**is a sentence that means “the cat hunts [X].” The leq turns that X (which, in the sentence, is a**kka**) into the x1 of a predicate that means something like “The cat hunts x1.” The**kaao**goes in the x1, forming the full sentence. If multiple**kka**are used, the predicate will have multiple arguments.- The Laiqbun digits are, from zero to eleven:
**meo, heq, ttea, rea, cheuo, beua, ceom, xeo, gem, dea, ppem, lea**. There are twelve digits because the zhan have one thumb on each side of their hands, making for twelve fingers. I also just like base twelve. I’ll represent the digits for eleven and twelve as X and Y. - Since there are twelve digits, the number written as “10” is actually twelve. “11” would be thirteen. They also write them backwards, so the number after Y is 01, then 11, then 21, and so on until 02. Decimals also go first.
**meohuq**is composed of the words**meo**and**heq**.

leq meohuq kka gy vaam dy | The thing that tere are twelve of is books |

maeo ttea zhy keoiq dy | The two cats love each other |

leq se Keiti shy kka gy sha dy | I’m Katie |

becuo laq heo hau kka gy dy | The thing he eats is a banana |

meomuq maeo dy | There are thirteen cats |

meo laausui hy len sa Ba Siq Se shy | There are thirteen cats |