This is one of the most difficult childhood languages to master. It almost sounds like a language an Aboriginal tribe might speak. Here are the basic rules behind constructing words and sentences as you go. The vowels in each word have to be shifted to the next one. For example

an "a" becomes an "e", "e" becomes an "i", etc.. Getting this part of Uasi means you are close to getting the whole artificial language. But your brain has to work quickly to master it, or even construct a sentence. Roght?

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