Instruction Manual

This language is simple but complete. There are about 250 words that represent fundamental concepts. Even though the vocabulary is small, you can communicate almost anything by combining these words together.

Most of the words can be used as nouns, adjectives, verbs or adverbs, depending on the context. The only grammar is the letters appended to the end of a word, to show how it is being used.

Names of people, places, animals etc. will be used as they are in a language that is convenient for you.

Each word will be explained the first time it is used in this manual. All the words can be looked up in the dictionary page.

It is best to memorize the new words in each sentence, as you move through the lessons. That way, it will become easier as you progress.


Lesson 1.


This language is called New World Language: kia mui li  






kia mui li

kia = new. young.










  Adding the letter “n” gives it the opposite meaning: kian = old.









 kia mui li

 mui = world. realm. universe. dimension or cosmic.




 Atom  Opposite, muin = atom. smallest particle. 






 kia mui li

  li = language. say. reveal. sing. communicate. story. tell. talk.




secret  Its Opposite, lin= secret. hidden. confidential. hide. 



 My name is David: Mih vau David





mih vau david  

mi = I. me. self. identity.

Adding the “h” makes it into the possessive case. So mih = my.








mih vau david  

vau = symbol. name. word. called. title. syllable.




You are my friend. Since the word friend can mean so many things. there are at least 3 ways to say this.

I like you: mi bw tes 




mi bw tes 

bw = like. loving. caring. compassion. love. supportive.  





 hostileOpposite, bwn = hostile. hate.




mi bw tes 

te = you. The “e” is pronounced like in “met”.

Adding “s” makes it into the accusative case. the thing or person acted upon.

So tes = you (the object of the action or feeling).





you like me: te bw mis 






 te bw mis

  mis = me (the accusative case = the person who is liked).







we help each other: mic via gie

(Literally: We mutually assist.)  





mic via gie 

mic = we. It is the plural of mi. Adding “c” makes the word pural.










  mic via gie

  via = mutual. exchange. to each other. trade. commerce. business. 








mic via gie

gie = Assist. help. support. encourage. willing to. kind. friendly. rescue.








Opposite, gien = harm. damage. break.





This is my permanent home: me mih tw ro plie

( Literally: This my permanent residence building.) 






me mih tw ro plie

me = this. here.





thatOpposite, men = that. there.


me mih tw ro plie  

mih = my. possessive form of mi.





me mih tw ro plie 

tw= permanent.  



temporaryOpposite, twn = temporary.





me mih tw ro plie  

ro = home. reside. shared location. residence.






  me mih tw ro plie

  plie = building. structure.




Many people live there: piu moc ro men


piu moc ro men

piu = many. very. much. big.

mo = human. person. body or he/she. moc is the plural form. meaning “people”.



just a littleOpposite, piun = little. some. sometimes. occasional. few.

That man has everything that he wants: men man fi pias vei man fo



femininema = she. female. woman. feminine. yin.






men man fi pias vei man fo  

Opposite, man = male. man. masculine. he. yang.











men man fi pias vei man fo

fi= have. own. ownership. property.








men man fi pias vei man fo 

pia= all. whole. everything. completely. infinite. eternal. unlimited.

Adding the “s” indicates that it is the object. in this case. that which is owned.








Opposite, pian= 0. zero. nothingness. absence of. without. never.







men man fi pias vei man fo

vei= that. it. same. who. the one referred to. equal.




different    Opposite, vein= different. else. other. another. remaining.  





  men man fi pias vei man fo

  fo= want. desire. hope. prefer. intend.





I have 2 pets: mi fi pe maic 






  mi fi pe maic

  pe = 2. again. 










mi fi pe maic 

mai = animal. pet.  maic is the plural form. 








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