Both the morphology and syntax of the Flaurença language are similar to the grammar of most other Romance languages. Flaurença is a very analytic language. It includes features such as:
- Definite and indefinite articles;
- Nouns, adjectives and articles are inflected for gender but not for number;
- Personal pronouns inflect for gender, number, person and case;
- Verbs inflect for mood, voice, tense, aspect but not by person and number;
- Word order is freer than English;
The features below distinguish it from other Romance languages:
- Lack of masculine markers;
- Heavy use of periphrastic constructions instead of syntetic forms for tenses, moods etc.
History and originsEdit
Phonology and PhoneticsEdit
Flaurença's morphology is very analytic in comparison to most of the Romance languages. It tends to be very simple, specially in the case of verbs. It still contains a lot of irregular verbs and nouns.
Parts of speechEdit
Words in Flaurença are classified in 11 parts of speech:
- Interjections and particles