The Antarctic language is a language isolate. It is not related to any other known language currently spoken in the world. The phonology and certain aspects of the grammar of the language are somewhat similar to Austronesian languages although no definitive connection has been made. There are many different dialects of the Antarctican language since the language is spread over a vast area. Most of the dialects are intelligible to each other with a little effort on the part of the speaker. Below is a general description of the grammar of the language as well as a downloadable English/Antarctican dictionary for your personal use.