Both the morphology and syntax of the Flaurença language are similar to the grammar of most other Romance languages. Flaurença is a very analytic language. It includes features such as:

  • Definite and indefinite articles;
  • Nouns, adjectives and articles are inflected for gender but not for number;
  • Personal pronouns inflect for gender, number, person and case;
  • Verbs inflect for mood, voice, tense, aspect but not by person and number;
  • Word order is freer than English;

The features below distinguish it from other Romance languages:

  • Lack of masculine markers;
  • Heavy use of periphrastic constructions instead of syntetic forms for tenses, moods etc.

History and origins[]

Phonology and Phonetics[]


Flaurença's morphology is very analytic in comparison to most of the Romance languages. It tends to be very simple, specially in the case of verbs. It still contains a lot of irregular verbs and nouns.

Parts of speech[]

Words in Flaurença are classified in 11 parts of speech:

  1. Nouns
  2. Articles
  3. Adjectives
  4. Adverbs
  5. Pronouns
  6. Verbs
  7. Numerals
  8. Interjections and particles
  9. Conjunctions
  10. Prepositions

Word formation[]