Theings are things and beings in a broad sense. A book is a theing, air is a theing as well. People, animals and plants are theings.
Words have no gender. A gender can, if required, be specified with a prefix or suffix.
Plural is always formed with +s.
- 1 book, 2 books
- 1 mous, 2 mouss
- 1 woman 2 womans
- 1 child, 2 childs
There’s only one exception to the rule of plural: personal pronouns
- I (I)
- U (you)
- H (he), Sh (she), T (it)
- W (we) instead of Is
- Y (you) instead of Us
- Th (they) instead of Hs
In Synglish, all personal pronouns are generally (and if time allows for it) written starting with a capital, to express respect for one another. Also names are beginning with a capital.
Generally, no articles are used.
- I read book, I read books
- I buyd 3 books last week
Articles ‘the’ and ‘a’ are only used in case of emphasis or a complete lack of emphasis:
- Barcelona s the football team for me
- Tom ws just a lover of Zsa Zsa, Shd many lovers those days