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|Nouns decline according to...|
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Used, Speaked, and written by Gordon people. It has a Croatian alphabets form and its traditional script. The traditional script is written from up to down just like traditional Mongolian script. In this language, there's no irregular verb conjugation, no plural form for nouns, and no article/gender for nouns. All the verbs in indicative form end with -are or -ere, and all adjectives end with -o. Most adverbs end with -alo. This is an easy language.
|kh||(Arabic "kh" خ )|
There's no gender for nouns, but there're nouns that can be classified by their endings.
-a: people, country, name of a group of things
-n: language, place
nouns never end with "o" and "-re".
in the nouns about people, there must be an "e" when the noun shows the "male", and "a"when it shows the "female", example: aunt: anta uncle: enta
all verbs end with either "-are" or "-ere". The verb conjugations are always based on person and then tenses. But always, we don't need to use tenses but only person. When you want to tell what you did, you can just add the time "yesterday" or other words. When you want to tell what you will do, you can just add "wil" in front of the verb .
There're 2 types of VC.
End with -are example verb: sare (to be)
( "-" means to take away and "+" means to add)
|you (sin.)||-re +š||saš|
|you (plu.)||-are +iš||siš|
End with -ere example verb: vedere (to see)
|you (sin.)||-re +š||vedeš|
|you (plu.)||-re +ješ||vedeješ|
If you want to add tenses in it, add
past tense: +đo
future tense: +kha
after the verbs that had conjugated in person-way.