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Théorie et Pratique de la Langue Universelle

English translations followed by an asterisk need to be checked by a native of French.

Masculine and feminine, singular and plural

Masculine singular

  • L'homme charitable; The charitable man; Dolâdo
  • L'homme bienfaisant; The beneficent man; Remîfa
  • L'homme dévoué; The devoted man; Mirêla

Masculine plural

  • Les hommes charitables; The charitable men; Doládo
  • Les hommes bienfaisants; The beneficent men; Remífa
  • Les hommes dévoués; The devoted men; Miréla

Feminine singular

  • La femme charitable; The charitable woman; Dolaado
  • La femme bienfaisante; The beneficent woman; Remiifa
  • La femme dévouée; The devoted woman; Mireela

Feminine plural

  • Les femmes charitables; The charitable women; Doláado
  • Les femmes bienfaisantes; The beneficent women; Remíifa
  • Les femmes dévouées; The devoted women; Miréela


  • L'habit noir; The black garment; Rêdofasi soldorêla
  • Les habits noirs; The black clothes; Rédofasi soldoréla
  • La robe blanche; The white dress; Rêdolasol laredôsol
  • Les robes blanches; The white dresses; Rédolasol laredósol

Short phrases

  • Les muets parlent; The mutes speak; Dolámido domilado
  • Les aveugles voient; The blind see; Mirémido domiremi
  • Les sourds entendent; The deaf hear; Sirémido domiresi

Verbs with their tenses and moods

Please note that in the original examples, the tenses and moods are represented by a single capitalised letter and is joined to the verb it modifies, rather than the full spelling of the solfege and having a written space between them. The "short-hand" version is not used here in order to be more clear.

For example: Dore Ddosolre and Dore dodo dosolre.

Active verbs use the auxiliary verb "famisol" (avoir/have) and passive verbs use the auxiliary verb "faremi" (être/be).

Present infinitive

These are not accompanied by any tense or mood particles.

  • Croire; To believe; Dosolre
  • Pouvoir; To be able; Falare
  • Vouloir; To want; Fasifa

Past infinitive

  • Avoir cru; To have believed; Famisol/faremi dosolre
  • Avoir pu; To have (been) able; Famisol/faremi falare
  • Avoir voulu; To have wanted; Famisol/faremi fasifa

Present indicative

  • Je crois; I believe; Dore dosolre
  • Je peux; I can; Dore falare
  • Je veux; I want; Dore fasifa
  • Tu crois; You believe; Domi dosolre
  • Tu peux; You can; Domi falare
  • Tu veux; You want; Dore fasifa
  • Il croit; He believes; Dofa dosolre
  • Il peut; He can; Dofa falare
  • Il veut; He wants; Dofa fasifa
  • Elle croit; She believes; Dofaa dosolre
  • Elle peut; She can; Dofaa falare
  • Elle veut; She wants; Dofaa fasifa
  • Nous croyons; We believe; Doré dosolre
  • Nous pouvons; We can; Doré falare
  • Nous voulons; We want; Doré fasifa
  • Vous croyez; You (plural) believe; Domí dosolre
  • Vous pouvez; You (plural) can; Domí falare
  • Vous voulez; You (plural) want; Domí fasifa
  • Ils croient; They (masculine) believe; Dofá dosolre
  • Ils peuvent; They (masculine) can; Dofá falare
  • Ils veulent; They (masculine) want; Dofá fasifa
  • Elles croient; They (feminine) believe; Dofáa dosolre
  • Elles peuvent; They (feminine) can; Dofáa falare
  • Elles veulent; They (feminine) want; Dofáa fasifa

Present subjunctive

  • Que je croie; That I believe*; Mire dore dosolre
  • Que je puisse; That I can/am able to*; Mire dore falare
  • Que je veuille; That I want*; Mire dore fasifa

Imperfect past (dodo)

English usually achieves a similar tense to the French imperfect tense by using the past progressive or past continuous; such as "was doing" or "were doing".

  • Je croyais; I believed; Dore dodo dosolre
  • Je pouvais; I could; Dore dodo falare
  • Je voulais; I wanted; Dore dodo fasifa

Imperfect subjunctive (dodo)

  • Que je crusse; That I believed*; Mire dore dodo dosolre
  • Que je pusse; That I could*; Mire dore dodo falare
  • Que je voulusse; That I wanted*; Mire dore dodo fasifa

Definite past, past historic, simple past or preterite (rere)

  • Je crus; I believed; Dore rere dosolre
  • Je pus; I could; Dore rere falare
  • Je voulus; I wanted; Dore rere fasifa

Indefinite or compound past (rere)

  • J'ai cru, j'avais cru; I have believed, I had believed; Dore famisol/faremi (rere?) dosolre
  • J'ai pu, j'avais pu; I could have, I had (been) able to; Dore famisol/faremi (rere?) falare
  • J'ai voulu, j'avais voulu; I have wanted, I had wanted; Dore famisol/faremi (rere?) fasifa

Past and pluperfect subjunctive (rere)

  • Que j'eusse cru; That I have believed*; Mire dore rere dosolre
  • Que j'eusse pu; That I could have*; Mire dore rere falare
  • Que j'eusse voulu; That I have wanted*; Mire dore rere fasifa

Future (mimi)

  • Je croirai; I (will) believe; Dore mimi dosolre
  • Je pourrai; I (will) be able to; Dore mimi falare
  • Je voudrai; I (will) want; Dore mimi fasifa

Future anterior or perfect (mimi)

  • J'aurai cru; I (will) have believed; Dore famisol/faremi mimi dosolre
  • J'aurai pu; I (will) have (been) able to; Dore famisol/faremi mimi falare
  • J'aurai voulu; I (will) have wanted; Dore famisol/faremi mimi fasifa

Conditional (fafa)

  • Je croirais; I (would/might) believe; Dore fafa dosolre
  • Je pourrais; I (would/might) (be) able to; Dore fafa falare
  • Je voudrais; I (would/might) want; Dore fafa fasifa

Conditional past (fafa)

  • J'aurais cru; I (would/might) have believed; Dore famisol/faremi fafa dosolre

Past anterior or perfect (fafa)

This tense is only used in formal written French. It is equivalent to the past perfect or pluperfect tense.[1]

  • J'eus pu; I (would/might) have (been) able to; Dore famisol/faremi fafa falare

Second form of the conditional past (fafa)

This tense is only used in formal written French. It is equivalent to the conditional perfect tense.[2]

  • J'eusse voulu; I (would/might) have believed; Dore famisol/faremi fafa fasifa

Imperative (solsol)

  • Croyons; (We/us) believe; Solsol dosolre
  • Croyez; (You all [plural]) believe; Solsol dósolre
  • Sachons pouvoir; (We/us) know we're able; Solsol falare
  • Sachez pouvoir; (You all [plural]) know you're able; Solsol fálare
  • Sachons vouloir; (We/us) know to ask/demand; Solsol fasifa
  • Saches vouloir; (You all [plural]) know to ask/demand; Solsol fásifa

Present participle (lala)

  • Croyant; Believing; Lala dosolre
  • Pouvant; Able; Lala falare
  • Voulant; Wanting; Lala fasifa

Past (lala)

  • Ayant cru; Having believed; Famisol/faremi lala dasolre
  • Ayant pu; Having (been) able; Famisol/faremi lala falare
  • Ayant voulu; Having wanted; Famisol/faremi lala fasifa

Past participle (sisi)

  • Cru; Believed; Sisi dosolre
  • Pu; (Was) able; Sisi falare
  • Voulu; Wanted; Sisi fasifa

Longer sentences

  • Toutes nos actions doivent tendre à la gloire de Dieu; All our actions must tend to the glory of God; Sire resól fásolfa dosisol domisire sôlsisolsi Domisol
  • C'est sagesse à vous; It is wisdom to you; Fami dôfamisol fa domi
  • Mandat à quinze jours de vue; ; Sîmimire fa mifafa dóremi lasi dômiremi