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This public article was written by Elunia on 8 May 2019, 16:10.

[comments] Menu 1. Nouns 2. Articles 3. Adjectives 4. Verbs 5. Numbers 6. Pronouns
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Ya sa Ehjia is an analytic language where the role of the word is shown via the additional words.

The basic word order is Verb Subject Object Tense (Emotion)

Subject and object begin with the article and end with the case marker.


Nouns are always preceded by articles-pronouns.

Nouns have 3 cases:
Nominative (Subject)a
Nominative (Object)ha

Case markers are placed after all of the noun's descriptors.
Nouns plurality is shown by articles.


Eklian doesn't have indefinite article.
Words that can be articles:
  1. Personal pronouns: ja, ji, je, jaa, jii, jee, hi etc.
  2. Hë - everyone
  3. Hu - noone


Adjectives go after the noun after "sa" keyword.


Verbs have 3 basic tenses: present, past and future with the tense markers "se" (literally means "now","current"), "e" ("before") and "o" ("after") respectively.
You can create any tenses you want adding auxiliary verbs or prefixes to the tense marker.

Perfective tense is created using the prefix "nv" ("have","possess") to the tense marker .
Example: "Ünjo ja a je uo i nvse" - I have built a house.

Continuous tense - using the prefix "si" ("go","move self") to the tense marker.


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