Shared Properties of Nouns and Verbs

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Rule 10: What makes a noun a noun is that is contains a noun ending. What makes a verb a verb is that is contains a verb ending.

Properties of Verb Endings

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Rule 21: All verb endings express mood and subject person. Verb endings can also express object person.

One-Person Verb Endings

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Rule 22: A list of possible one-person verb endings.

Two-Person Verb Endings

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Rule 23: List of possible two-person verb endings

Internal Structure of Nouns and Verbs

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Rule 24: Understanding the internal structure of nouns and verbs

Grammatical Groups of Verb Bases

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Rule 25: It is a fact that both types of endings cannot be freely added to all verb bases. Verb bases divide in five groups according to their behavior with verb endings

Grammatical Groups of Verb Makers

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Rule 26: Verb makers and their grammatical groups.

Grammatical Groups of Verb Extenders

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Rule 27: The majority of verb extenders are neutral with respect to the five groups presented above. They can be added to every kind of verb stems. The resulting stems have the same grammatical properties as the preceding stems.
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