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Most words in the article class don't exist
This public article was written by JapaneseforMoon on 10 Jun 2021, 11:55.

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Most fluent Koaechian speakers know that most articles don't exist in this language.
We do not use the indefinite articles a, not the, not that.
All of these 3 articles do not exist at all and don't even have their very existence mentioned when you find a Koaechian sentence that would have these words in other languages.
However, interrogative words such as what and why can simply be shown by putting a Spanish-style inverted question mark. For example; ¿Одо—ЯЮtäw? (Why are you so quick?) vs Одо Жфь?(So you hate me?)
Me also does not exist and both sentences provide a great example of the rules.
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