Description in Interlingua:

Esata es un nove diseniate lingua construite. Illo es un lingua minimal del lingua anglese, e que ha essite internationalisate a un alte grado.

In le lingua, Esata es un phrase que significa "saper (como) parlar". In Esata il ha un compromisso inter le nunc globalmente dominante anglese e le resto del major linguas del mundo. Multe personas ha studiate anglese, e pote parlar lo ben, ma milliones de alteres qui non ha le tempore o le fundamento educational lo parla, malgrado in un maniera limitate. Minus competente parlantes de anglese representa un gruppo que continuemente augmenta. In tempore, nos poterea sperar que le numeros de illes qui parla un version corrupte o creol de anglese predominara super illes qui lo parla ben. In iste contexto Esata es proponite como le base de un forma standard de creol anglese internationalisate, un essayo pro ganiar control super le formas vulgarisate del lingua, e influentiar le disveloppamento futur.

Il ha varie characteristicas de Esata que interessarea a recercantes in le area de linguas artificial. Illo es regular e multo compacte, con textos consideratemente minus longe que illos scripte in anglese. Un innovante characteristica es le uso de phrase-parolas, formas abbreviate que permitte le definition de nove conceptos in le vocabulario, ambe ab anglese e de omne le linguas major del mundo. Esata anque contene un nove alphabeto (optional), le qual pote representar usque 4 litteras normal in un forma compacte ma in un matrice facile de leger.

  • "Pafu" pafu(a)

Words are formed from syllables of consonant plus vowel. The normal English
alphabet is used, but vowels have only one sound, and some consonants have
different sounds (c as ch, x as sh).

Here are some examples of phrases in Esata:

hubiyu who are you?

wobixi where is she?
wayuti what do you think?
bidara is that right?
hobihiko how is he coming?
weyovisa when will I know?

bihenute Is it now time?

wixuhatidafoda We should have thought of that
zekujabini They could already be in
yonotavegu I don't talk very good

feyunosanose If you don't know, don't say
wikegotodexa We can go to the shop
yodekanorenu My car isn't working now.

Where possible, the short form of English is used. When a word
from another language is more concise, it is usually preferred. Approximately

half of the vocabulary of Esata is from foreign sources, making the language
very international.

A special feature of Esata is the use of 'phrase words', which are contractions
of several one syllable words into a short form. Using a prefix syllable, which
serves as a language qualifier, up to 100 different language origens can be
defined, each with an associated list of 10,000 phrase words, so in principle up
to one million phrase words from foreign dialects. Longer phrase words based on

the two syllable Esata words allow for definition of several million other
special purpose expressions, many of which can replace conventional vocabulary.

In the examples below, the prefix 'e' indicates English
emixo middle of the show - intermission
egoge go get - fetch
emunu must now - urgent

ejasi already see - deja vu
epama past mother - grandmother
epoci power drink - alcohol
efasi far see - telescope
esuhu some who - someone

emalu man place - eg. men's club
ewobi where be - location
ebagu bad good - pro and contra
ehogo how go - means of transport
ekuko could come - might happen

etiso think some - reflect

The grammar of Esata is quite straightforward, based primarily on English.
In the language description online there are complete details and an adequate
set of vocabulary. Anyone interested in trying the language can learn quickly
the 'primary meanings list' given below consisting of all the one syllable words.
From this list you can make your own sentences and phrase words as in the example
above, and experiment with the language. Esata is a 'personal language', meaning

you can use it to communicate easily with your friends, but others will not be able
to understand you.

This is the kernel of the Esata language, the primary meanings list.
Anyone interested in learning the language should begin by mastering this list.
For native English speakers this should take about an hour. In most cases the
syllables are close to the sound of their English equivalents. In some cases no
suitable English word with a similar sound was found, and so a foreign source
word was adopted.

ba bad be but bi be bo boy bu building

ca hello ce there is, are ci drink co food cu eat
da that de the di this do from du do

fa far fe if fi feel fo of fu future

ga girl ge get gi give go go gu good
ha have he it hi he ho how hu who

ja already je also ji high jo joy ju low
ka car ke can ki key ko come ku could

la all le thing (object) li like lo love lu place
ma man me may mi mean mo more mu must

na and ne a, an ni in no no nu now
pa past pe pay pi please po power pu put

qa there qe question qi here qo quote qu (escape: control)
ra right re run, work ri again ro or ru room

sa know se say si see so so su some
ta talk te time ti think to to tu two

va (esc/cntrl) ve very vi will vo (esc/cntrl) vu (esc/cntrl)
wa what we when wi we wo where wu woman

xa shop xe sure xi she xo show xu should

ya yes ye reflexive pronoun yi you (familiar) yo I yu you (plural/formal)
za (esc/cntrl) ze they zi reason zo inanimate zu animate