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|Nouns decline according to...|
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General information[edit | edit source]
Based on ancient greek the most easiest language propable.
Phonology[edit | edit source]
Alphabet(spelling)[edit | edit source]
A(a) B(b) G(g) D(d) E(e) Z(dz) T(t) X(h) I(i)Y(y) K(k) L(l) M(m) N(n) S(s) O(o) P(p) R(r) U(u)
Tones are not used but the voice becomes higher at the syllabe next to the last.
Grammar[edit | edit source]
Nouns and adjectives[edit | edit source]
No gender. Cases are: Nominative, Genetive, Dative, Accusative, Vocative
Genetive tou (of)
Dative to (at)
Accusative -n(in the end of the word)
Vocative -e(in the end of the word)
Plural is formed by adding a at the end of the word.
Comparative is fromed by adding -eros in the end of the adjective while superlative by adding -atos.
Verbs[edit | edit source]
Has only indicative and imperative. Imperative is used by adding the word "to" before the verb.
The tenses are only five: Past Continious, Past Simple, Present, Future Simple, Future Continious.
In Past contnious you add an e- at the verb. In Past Simple you add a e- and an -s. In Future Simple you add just an -s while in Future Continious you place the word txa before the verb.
Passive voice just receiveves the word del after the verb.
Syntax[edit | edit source]
The whole syntax is placed around the line of verb, subject and object, The rest words follow what they stuck with.
SVO SOV OVS OSV