Pheraeai

Pheraeai (pronounced FAIR-AY-AY)     Pheraeai was derived from Aeai as a reformation of its structure and verbiage to create a language tailored for scientific exploration and classification.

Linguistic Predisposition

(Following the concept of Linguistic Relativity)

Relative Fluency

If you do not speak Pheraeai, but you do speak another language, you have some relative fluency, and can understand Pheraeai about as well as described below. If you do not speak any of these languages, Pheraeai is gibberish to you.

Aeai

1 degree easier to learn

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Fær Consenti

1 degree easier to learn

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Ubiq

1 degree easier to learn

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If you do not know any of the above languages, Pheraeai is unintelligible gibberish.


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Adjacency

Root Languages and Successor Languages are the languages which Pheraeai is adjacent to.

If you speak an adjacent language, learning Pheraeai is easier. Refer to the relative fluency section to determine how much easier it is.

Root Languages
Successor Languages

Communication Modifier
Gesture
Easy
Listening
Moderate
Written
Moderate
Spoken
Moderate
Mastery
Hard

Spread

Haimarchy Majority
Syndicate Uncommon
Pact Rare
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