So one thing I’m trying to think of is how to phrase questions in Taisroan.
I’m thinking that there would be a particle or some kind of question marker. Something like “か” in Japanese or “est-ce que” in French. For yes and no questions that is enough. I’m not sure what the actual particle would be, I’d have to figure out what sounds the best. I’ll fill with /kæ/ for now. “Are you from Kirinoh?” could be like
“ca gán kirino ká?” or “ká ca gán kirino?”
There’s another main type of question which is basically a “fill in the blank” kind of thing. For these I came up with something, there are some words for vague things, such as “someone” “somewhere” “something”. They’d all have the root of /saŋ/, which itself would just be a filler if the type of thing being asked would not need to be specified. But the examples I gave would be saqkuśa, saqefem, saqgova respectively. Now, if these are used in a question, they become the “blank” of the sentence. They are also word ordered in the same way they would be answered, as if it is literally a fill-in-the-blank statement.
“What is your name?” “My name is Kotyr” would be
“cano mobe saq þal ká?” “hano mobe Kotýr þal.”
Still have to figure out what exactly i want the ask particle to be. I’d feel too much like i’m ripping off japanese if it was just “ká”