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Accusative Case
This public article was written by Katrasho, and last updated on 28 Jun 2018, 04:45.

[comments] Welcome to my official guide to learning Katrashtani! Here, I will teach you how to read and speak my awesome language. :)

Lesson 4: Accusative Case
The Accusative Case is used for the object of the verb. It is also used as a copula (since ion, to be, is a verb). It generally ends with ~(o)n(a).

Masculine: add ~on.
ex. tovtant (fire) -> tovtanton

Feminine: replace ~a with ~ona and ~s or ~c with ~na.
ex. cagasa (water) -> cagasona

Neuter: add ~n.
ex. katraco (valor) -> katracon

Pronouns in the Accusative:
ak (I) -> kon
tou (thou) -> ton
rov (he/it) -> ron
riv (she) -> rion

The usual word order of Katrashtani is S-O-V, although any word order is okay.

Examples:
Ak Katractani patonsinn tunorott.
I speak the Katrashtani language.
Un kakcio un faccon ianonoto.
The bird eats the food.
Riv kon rosato!
She loves me!

Congratulations! Now you know how to construct basic sentences!
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