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It is 2045 and The United States of America has lost the third world war, a nuclear war. Since the year 2024, the United States of America has been diconnected with the world. But now, after long time in isolation and difficulty, the United States of America managed to reconnect with the rest of the world once again. But now, the american language has changed dramatically. By the way, everyone is free to edit this page.
|Nominative||Oblique||Reflexive||Possessive determiner||Possessive pronoun|
|1st pers. sing.||I / me||me||myself||my||mine|
|3rd pers. sing.||they, it||them, it||themself, itself||their, its||theirs, its|
|1st pers. pl.||we||us||ourselves||our||ours|
|3rd pers. pl.||they||them||themselves||their||theirs|
The word 'I' no longer agrees with 'am', it now agrees with 'are' instead even though we still say I'm and not I're. The word they always agrees with are, even in singular, just like the word you. The word me agrees with is instead.
The word 'was' is now fully replaced by the word 'were'.
Also, the third person singular -s ending is gone now. With both 'was' and the third person singular endling gone, the subjunctive follows.
The word do can be used in two different ways. Interrogationally and to emphasize. The do is dropped in interrogation now.