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Intro to Progāza


Uzaīja, welcome to the Progāza (anglicized: Proganese) section of learn Ijeða! Here you will learn about what there is to know about the best Ijeða language.


What is Progāza?

Progāza is a language that split from standard Ijeða after the 16 Ysto (18th of June, 2023) reform. It became a dialect on the 56th of Seðysa (16th of May, 2023).

Since then, it has been slowly splitting away from standard Ijeða.


Differences from Standard Ijeða



Two sounds are equivalent:

V in Progāza -> W in Ijeða,

G in Progāza -> Ň in Ijeða (pronounced like "ng" in English)


And four sounds are added: b, d, g, f.


Progāza also has marked stress, as you might have seen with the macrons above the vowels: āēīȳōū, which means that words can be differentiated by stress only, while Ijeða doesn't.



Ijeða has nounal and verbal adjectives. This means that adjectives are made from nouns. They can be made from verbs, too, because verbs can be turned into nouns.

Progāza has first-class support for adjectives, which means that the adjectives don't come from anywhere else.


Progāza's auxiliary verbs come before the main verb, while they go after in Ijeða.


Sa omen þūše tau. (Progāza)

Sa omen tauro þusče. (Ijeða)


In Progāza, aux verbs are groups as a part of a main verb. The whole of "þūše tau" is grouped together: "need to eat";

"I (need to eat) rocks."


In Ijeða, aux verbs work like regular verbs. The whole "omen tauro" as the object: "to eat rocks";

"I need (to eat rocks)."



Progāza has about 80 words that dont exist in the standard dialect.

Progāza (at the time of writing this (17th of september, 2023 (34ras Šōmi, 0))) has 667 words, while ijeða has around 589.



Progāza was officially started on the 56th of Seðysa (16th of May, 2023). I have been considering it a seperate language since around the 50th of Ysto (22 July, 2023)

Mutual intelligability between Progāza and Ijeða is a tad questionable, but they are mostly mutually intelligable.


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