I've change the basic SOV order to a basic VSO order. I just like that one more and it's much more becoming of Isiota.... I need to check if this decision will mess with my prosody for it now, oops
Also, realized that the conjugations on the first page are way wrong so here is attached a chart that shows the current indicative mood model. I used the verb avejan
being the infinitive suffix) to demonstrate the common stress pattern applied to verbs (marked with the acute accent), exceptions such as when the penultimate syllable's nucleus is y
in which case the stress will move to the antepenultimate (third-last) syllable such as with the verb malyvejan
("put on, dress/get into")
eg, Mályvu maukernu kastesj so dessajet.
- "Lemme change into something more comfortable" (lit. "I will put on my past time clothes (while/after changing)")
On that sentence, the last word dessajet
is the present participle of the verb dessejan
plus the suffix -t
which is a shortened form of the adverbial suffix -tu
which is typically saved for participles to specify an adverbial meaning. Here it's used to indicate that the person is changing out of their current apparel and then putting on their comfortable clothes. Otherwise the sentence would mean they're either naked already, or they'll be putting clothes on top of the ones they're wearing right now.
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