Introduction Edit

Phonetics Edit

Phonology Edit

Morphology Edit

Sloncina has a very complex morphology, mostly agglutinative. The case endings originated from adpositions which came from Latin and other languages. Nouns have a lot of cases, no genders and two numbers. Verbs also have a very complex system which we'll discuss later.

Paradigms and tables

Nouns Edit

Verbs Edit

Syntax Edit

Sloncina's syntax is very flexible due to its large number of inflections. Due to this, words can come in almost any order and the sentence will still be grammatically correct. Let's take the example of the sentence the cat found the mouse:

  • Ґато ратот наенконтрила. S O V
  • Ґато наенконтрила ратот S V O
  • наенконтрила Ґато ратот V S O
  • наенконтрила ратот Ґато V O S
  • ратот Ґато наенконтрила O S V
  • ратот наенконтрила Ґато O V S

Semantics Edit

Pragmatics Edit

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