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Chapter III: Introduction to Grammar
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Here I define cases, tenses, aspects, and moods, as well as how to construct phrases, clauses, and sentences.
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Aamyeriets consists of a loose, implicit case system, and a lightweight approach to grammatical tense and aspect, but does not skimp on moods.

The case system defines chunks of noun phrases called "blocks" a "block type" is analogous to grammatical case, but it is declared implicitly with word order, or explicitly using prepositions to help free up block order.

Aamyeriets consists of eight parts of speech, not all typically thought of as standard: Containers, Prepositions, auxiliaries, conjunctions, relators, interjections, determiners, and particles. I will give a quick summary of each below.

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