Difference between revisions of "Tuvan Grammar"

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Tuvan is an agglutinating language building the meaning of a word in relation to its function by means of suffixes which usually carry just a single grammatical meaning. Nouns decline for seven [[case]]s, verbs conjugate for 3 persons, in two numbers (except in the imperative) and suffixes can be added to distinguish tense, aspect mood and the use of auxiliary verbs can add further meaning.
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Tuvan is an agglutinating language building the meaning of a word in relation to its function by means of suffixes which usually carry just a single grammatical meaning. Nouns decline for seven cases, verbs conjugate for 3 persons, in two numbers (except in the imperative) and suffixes can be added to distinguish tense, aspect mood and the use of auxiliary verbs can add further meaning.
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This page still needs a lot of work, but it will be finished eventually.

Latest revision as of 09:43, 31 January 2008

Tuvan is an agglutinating language building the meaning of a word in relation to its function by means of suffixes which usually carry just a single grammatical meaning. Nouns decline for seven cases, verbs conjugate for 3 persons, in two numbers (except in the imperative) and suffixes can be added to distinguish tense, aspect mood and the use of auxiliary verbs can add further meaning.

This page still needs a lot of work, but it will be finished eventually.