International Auxiliary Languages
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Angos is an international auxiliary language created by Ben Wood and other persons in 2011.

It's a worldlang. It doesn't use the letter r. Ben answers questions. The language is being used by two people in 2020, but many more are interested, either by its minimalist (but pretty complete) grammar or by its various etymologies.

Phonology

Angos has 15 consonants and five vowels. Angos has no rhotics.

Consonants[]

Bilabial Labiodental Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Labiovelar Glottal
Nasal

m

n

Plosive

p b

t d

k g
Affricate

t͡ʃ

Fricative f s h
Approximant j w
Lateral approximant

l

Vowels[]

Front Back
Close i u
Mid e o
Open a

Orthography

Angos uses the ISO basic Latin alphabet excluding j, q, r, v, x and z. There are 20 letters. The order shown is the one used in the grammar document.[1]

Letter a b c d e f g h i y k l m n o p s t u w
IPA a b t͡ʃ d e f g h i j k l m n o p s t u w

Pronouns[]

Singular Plural
1st person wo le wo
2nd person to le to
3rd person lo le lo

Verbs[]

Angos English
Present wo ala I eat
Past wo me ala I ate
Future wo ke ala I will eat
Imperative ala! eat!

Numbers[]

0 nun 10 den 20 don-den
1 ayn 11 den-ayn 30 tin-den
2 don 12 den-don 40 kan-den
3 tin 13 den-tin 50 ken-den
4 kan 14 den-kan 60 sen-den
5 ken 15 den-ken 70 sun-den
6 sen 16 den-sen 80 okon-den
7 sun 17 den-sun 90 nowan-den
8 okon 18 den-okon
9 nowan 19 den-nowan
100 syen
200 don-syen
1,000 syon
2,000 don-syon
10,000 den-syon
100,000 ayn-syen-syon
1,000,000 eseon
1,000,000,000 ospen
1,000,000,000,000 ohanen
1,000,000,000,000,000 lanun
ikwin

Current resources[]

Old resources[]

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