Particles


In Angos, prepositions, conjunctions, and other modifers are classified as particles. These particles all end in "e" and go before what they describe if applicable.


Comparison

Comparative Particle
Translation
sele
more
naele
less
sefe
most
naefe
least
Examples:
  • Leisos sele bali de to - The house is bigger than you
  • Lo naele bali de wo - He/she is less big than me
  • Le wo sefe hilosi - We are the fastest
  • Le to naefe hilosi - You all are the least fast.


Commands & Wishes

These particles are used to describe how the world ought to be; what should or shouldn't happen in relation to the speaker.
Deontic Particle
Translation
sevame
let's, wish, should, shall
naevame
let's not, don't wish, should not, shall not
Examples:
  • Sevame gia! - Let's go!
  • To naevame ala do - You should not eat that



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