Brief Overview

Czel is a Slavic conlang. It is heavily influenced by Western Slavic languages, such as Polish, and most notably Czech; however, it also has influences from Eastern Slavic languages, such as Russian. Czel is a fusional language, with a nominative-accusative alignment. It has a semi-free word order structure, and includes five cases, with a five-gender paradigm structure of inflection in the singular forms. Current plural inflection paradigms are disputed, and highly subject to change.

Written Czel utilizes a mix between the Latin script and the Cyrillic script, with Cyrillic arguably being Russian's biggest influence. In its earliest forms, Czel was written purely in Latin characters.

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