Yeah, your alphabet is totally different.
Did you take any influence from Mongolian or is it just pure coincidence?
I've never thought mine looks like Georgian, but now when you said so, I can see it.
My original aim was to mimic Arabian letters with a personal touch. It seems that's how you create Georgian.
The tenses are inspired from the Hungarian future since it only has past and non-past.
I guess mine tenses came from Finnish, then, because it doesn't have separate future either. Actually, some of the words look alike in every tense (mietin = future, present and past). That's one of the reasons why my language has tenseless verbs: I've seen it working in real life.
I think Chinese had something similar, too, but as I don't speak it, I can't really say it has had any kind of influence on me.
However I choose to put the long ó before the the second list because it makes pronunciation easier.
Easier to who? Is there a linguistic explanation (like that consonant clusters are more difficult to produce than single consonants) or is it your opinion?
I'm not saying it should have any beautiful international reasons, I'm just interested.
Do you know if any other language makes the distinction between zöngés and zöngtelen? I've never heard of these before, sounds like a nice idea! Is it because zöngés are voiced and zöngtelen not, so that long ó comes before voiceless phonemes?
And this happens only with o and not with any other vowel?