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Grammar 1
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An explanation of basic grammar.
This public article was written by [Deactivated User] on 17 Jan 2017, 22:03.

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In Pegronian, there are three grammatical categories for words: nouns, verbs, and prepositions. There are odd cases such as interjections, but that is a story for another time.

A basic sentence consists of a verb with two arguments.
 Unknown [SPLANTHOš JOSRIMANGK φALPSIń]
This means "I speak languages". "Splangk" has the accusative form "splanth" which can be pluralised to "splanthoš", "josri" has the nominative form "josrimangk", and "φalpsiń" is the verb.

To add qualities to nouns, one would use a noun in the genitive case.
 Unknown [SPLANGK PEGRONIAXLI]
Is a canonical example. The nominative form of "Splangk" is itself, and "Pegroniaxli" is the genetive case of "Pegroniax".
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