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Grammar Sticky

Now that I have a lot of the basics of the grammar figured out, I'm going to start making a series of posts going over it all and link them to a sticky post (if I can figure out how to do that). This will make it easier to look up specific aspects of the language and help me crystalize the concepts and work out the kinks.

So for those who've been following this blog, bear with me. I'm going to be restating a lot of what I've already been over.

Phonemics and Romanization / Stress
Gender / Gender and Vowels / Gender and Consonants
Pluralization
Direct Objects / Indirect Objects
Prepositions
Pronouns
Articles?
Adjectives and Fort-Shifting
Word Order / Topicalization
Yes/No Questions / Question Words
Tense Marking Nouns
Tense Structure: Tier 1 / Tier 2 / Tier 3
Verbs and Intention (Further Explanation) / Other Verb Forms / Cause to be
Conjunctions
Relative Clauses: Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3
Passive Voice
Using Numbers / History of Numbers

Core Vocabulary
People / Animals / Immediate Family
Basic Verbs / Come and Go, Give and Take
Cardinal Numbers / Ordinal Numbers
Around the House
Colors
Weather / The Seasons
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