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This public article was written by jediknightkrazy on 17 Jan 2017, 23:20.

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There are no n-person clauses in Avhannish. Period. There are grammar forms for past, present, future, as well as modified declensions of these for plurals and singulars. In singulars, the affixed vowel is ä, and plurals use e.

Examples:

Bi neskäpä patenä praavä.
We will eat like kings.

This is the same as:

Di neskäpä patenä otä praavä.
I will eat like a king.

If this is unclear, the verb neskä, to eat, is suffixed by when it is in the future tense. However, in English language, it would have been changed further because the recipient of the verb went from second person to first person. Second-person neskäpä is the same as first-person neskäpä.
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