The suffix "dä" ('d) doesn't have a space for some reason, even if I save it with a space. You'll have to put a space between the word you're using and "dä" ('d).
An apostrophe (') after a letter (d', t', g', etc.) adds an S sound to the end of it (i.e. "ösdët’", or "will", sounds like "oz-dets". If it didn't have the apostrophe, it would sound like "oz-det").
"No" in Laythielian is "zhno", and it goes before the word it modifies (i.e. "I could" is "Mi nëlëzhoi", but "I couldn't" is "Mi zhnolëzhoi").
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