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The Generals of Stellar Langua
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This public article was written by Dendritics, and last updated on 24 Mar 2019, 13:30.

[comments] Menu 1. Nouns 2. Verbs 3. Adjectives 4. Affixes & Particles 5. Sentence Structure
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All Stellar Langua words will be written as they are


Nouns are words that is used to identify a person, thing, place, and others such.

Nouns have differing class inflections, based on certain categories:

A. By count
1. Singular
- Singular nouns are nouns that define one single thing; e.g. person (bursy). They are not marked.
2. Plural
- Plural nouns are nouns that define two or more things; e.g. persons (bursytai). They are marked with a -tai affix at the end of the noun.
3. Collective
- Collective nouns are nouns that define a collection of similar things that are treated as one single object (i.e. as a collective); e.g. people (bursoi). They are marked with a -oi affix at he end of the noun. They can also be marked with a plural affix, e.g. peoples (bursoitai).

B. By case
-Nominative: -nat
-Accusative: -uo
-Dative: -tu
-Genitive: -aθ
-Nominative (Topic)*: -uə

*the topic is used the same as how the Japanese particle は is used.


Verbs are words used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of a sentence.

A verb's second vowel is always '-e-'. They are always at the end of a sentence, and can be used by itself to convey meaning.

They are conjugated according to tense and functionality.


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