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The World's Language

Transbanian is a conlang. It was originally started in 2012, but was completed in 2022. This website covers everything about Transbanian.

The history of Transbanian.

Transbanian's history is not very well documented. For instance, the language existed since 2012, but didn't actually have a dictionary until around 2018. Then, Transbanian was simply English with a emphasis on the 'D'. This was abandoned later.
In late 2021, work finally begun on what is now Old Transbanian. It used a combination of Cyrillic and Latin scripts, inspired by the Kazakh alphabet. A sample below:

The mә walk's a school. Ө again. H’w sad a be here. "Thank ya".

In middle 2022, work again started on now-Middle Transbanian. It used a good combination of English, Russian, French, Portuguese, German, Italian. It was heavily criticised for seeming too much like English. A sample below:

O molchick walk's a ecol. Ohai opyat. Kak sad a be er'e. "Graso".

In late 2022, the perfect Transbanian was made. They say third time's the charm, don't they? This Transbanian used a combination of (in alphabetical order) Aymara, Chinese, Corsican, English, Esperanto, French, German, Hindi, Hmong, Ilocano, Italian, Korean, Lao, Latin, Polish, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Sundanese, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil, Toki Pona and Turkish. This was the largest alphabet used by Transbanian consisting of 49 letters (including the extended alphabet). A sample below:

O molchick walks á eljo. Ohai apre-ímìda. Casmo malroja á esti eçi. "Graso."

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