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Mutations:
MUT.1 Happens when a class 1 noun interacts with a class 1 adjective. the modified adjective gets seperated from the rest of the adjectives with u

Initial LetterMutated Letter
f /ɸ/p /p/
x /s/t /t/
w /ç/s /c/
ch /x/c /k/
ae /ä˞/a /ä/
ua /ə˞˞/u /ə/


MUT.1 Happens when a class 2 noun interacts with a class 2 adjective. the modified adjective gets seperated from the rest of the adjectives with 'ur

Initial LetterMutated Letter
n /n/ṅ /ŋ/
t /t/s /c/
x /s/w /ç/
l /l/ai /äj/
ẏ /ɬ/l /l/
r /r/ẏ /ɬ/


VERB

Marked Tenses:
NPST
PST

Marked Aspects:
SIMP(No aspect/ INF)
IPFV(Incompleted action)
PFV(Completed action)
PROG(action interrupted)

Compound Tenses/Aspects:
FUT(Simple future)
NPST.CON (action interrupted but continues later on(Future or Present))
PST.CON (action interrupted in the past but continues during time of speech)
PST.PERF(action started and ended in the past or near past)
PRE.PERF(action started in the past and continues presently)
FUT.PERF(action started in the past or present that is expected to continue into the future or near future)

OTHER:
PRESENT PARTICIPLE: Sentence COP PRE.PART
PAST PARTICIPLE: Sentence COP(PAS) PAS.PART

PastNon-past
SimpleSimple PastSimple Non-Past
ImperfectivePast ImperfectiveImperative
PerfectivePast PerfectiveJussive
ProgressivePast ProgressiveNon-Past Progressive


PastNon-past
Simple-o/c-a//
Imperfective-u/w-ae/t
Perfective-ua/f-e/l
Progressive-ai/g-ei/ẏ


CompoundsHow they're constructed
FUTfinish(SIMP.NPST) + V
NPST.CONdo(PROG.NPST) + V
PST.CONdo(PROG.PST) + V
PST.PERF /x/to be(PFV.PST) + V
PRE.PERFto be(PFV.NPST) + V
FUT.PERFto be(SIMP.NPST) + V-(i)t

If the Compound is FUT, then you put the Verb in its Non-Past Simple Form.
You leave it in its dictionary form

Present Participle: V-(ua)f
Past-Participle: V-(ae)l

Imperative - Polite
Jussive - Aggressive

NOUN:

GEN Constructions:
Alienable possession:
Possessee e Possessor (x/e)*

Inalienable possession:
l'/o'Possessor e Possessee (x/e)*

*Optional to show the end of a possessive phrase

Prepositions:
Most prepositions have a negative version
i.e i - to(wards) vs ix - not to(wards)

Actual Noun Declentions:
SG, PL, DU
//,negative

SingularDualPlural
//---ui/t-yy/ii
Negative-un/ne-ut/ne-ei/nei
Indefinite Article-a/ia-e/ie-u/iu
Negative IND.ART-an/ian-em/iem-uṅ/iuṅ


Articles:

Definite Articles:
aAe /ä/ - The (Class 1 only noun)
o - The (Class 2 only noun)
tu - The (Class 1 noun+Class 1 Adj)
oi - The (Class 2 noun+Class 2 Adj)
ai - The (Class 1 noun+Class 2 Adj)
ẏRe /ɬe/ - The (Class 2 noun+Class 1 Adj)

Plural Definite Articles:
saia - Used when the noun in the noun phrase is class 1
aia - Used when the noun in the noun phrase is class 2

Negative Definite Articles:
ta /tä/ - used with Class 1 nouns
uswa - used with Class 2 nouns

Negative Plural Definite Articles:
taia /täjä/ - used with Class 1 nouns
uswai - used with Class 2 nouns

Partitive:
Similar to the french Partitive particles, being used for "some" or an uncertain amount of something. It must be used with an adjective, with "rato" being a hollow adjective(adjective without a meaning, just for grammar) that is used when you want to used the partitive but dont want to include an adjective. "rato" is a class 2 adjective. all used with the meaning of "a small amount"

ua oA /ə˞ o/ - Class 1 noun + Class 1 Adjective
ii - Class 2 noun + Class 2 Adjective


QUESTIONS:

if its a yes or no question, add naxai to begining of the sentence(literally and yes).

if the question is an open ended question, the word structure you use depends on formality.
Causal: Question word and then the rest of the sentence.
Formal: Question word na VSO xai.
For example:
"Where are you"
Casual: Yua tei wa?/jə˞ tej çä/
Formal: Yua na tei xeie sai? /jə˞ nä tej seje säj/
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