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« on: December 17, 2016, 07:00:24 pm »

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Pronouns
Chapter 2: Cases in Nouns
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« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2016, 07:02:46 pm »

Chapter 1: Pronouns

1st person sing ("I"): Jo
2nd person sing ("you"): De
3rd Person Sing: Ed ("he") Ea ("she") Et ("they"/agender pronoun)
3rd person sing (inanimate): El ("it")

1st person plur ("we"): Ilor
2nd person plur ("y'all"): Delor
3rd person plur: personal: Eor ("they" - for people) inanimate: Elor ("they" - for objects)

These will prove important with verbs later
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« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2016, 07:09:51 pm »

Chapter 2: Cases in Nouns

The Cases

Nominative: The subject of a sentence

I walked the dog
Fish have eyes

Oblique: The object

I walked the dog
You have seen many stars

Genitive: Indicating possession

James' dogs are healthy
After seeing the basketball game, I went to all of Orlando's finest tourist attractions

Instrumental: More abstract, often indicating preposition use

I told a story in Terris
I was born near a house



Chapter 2.1: Case Endings

Singular:
Nominative: [basic form]
Oblique: -al
Genitive: -ux
Instrumental: -an

Plural:
Nominative: -(e)r
Oblique: -(e)rol
Genitive -(e)rux
Instrumental: -(e)ron
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