EN It is the goal of Eulingu to make the creation, grammar, spelling, phonology, vocabulary and pronounciation of words as simple as possible, so that the European mind grows accustomed to it in order to lay the foundation for this new European auxiliary language. Therefore it is sometimes necessary to allow 2 or more different versions of the same term/expression when no agreement can be found (the roman-germanic clash :-) within the Skol d'Eulingu => i.e. "day" = dag vs. jur => both terms are acceptable and can be used within Eulingu as seen in the following examples.
Oskar: "God dag, Sarah!"
Sarah: "God dag, Oskar, qva'estud drinkir?"
Oskar: "Estam drinkir un tasu d'tey"
Pierre: "Bon jur, Jose!"
Jose: "Bon jur, Pierre, qva'estud drinkir?"
Pierre: "Estam drinkir un tasu d'cafu"
Up to now endings such as "-cle" or "-kel" are/were translated as "-al" into Eulingu but - although it seems a pretty solid and easy solution - make a word rather long, therefore the Skol d'Eulingu has introduced a second alternative in the form of "-klu" and "-kli", i.e. nu artikal/ni artikali vs. nu artiklu/ni artikli.
Both variations are allowed and can be used within Eulingu and it will be decided at a later stage, which will be part of the future "main lang" while the other will be described as "slang lang". Similar rules apply to the existing "-ar" ending which replaces "-re" and "-er", i.e. nu teatar/ni teatari vs. nu teatru/ni teatri => it has to be seen which version will become most familiar with Europeans.
€ Dar destinazon d'Eulingu...to be continued