What is grammar?
Grammar, called varseianz in Zekaisivarsi, is both the art and the study of skillfully using language to convey meaning.
A basic explanation?
Just the Common Grammar
Articles about grammar
- Speech categories: Classification of words in a language
- Substantives: These are nouns and noun-like words, such as pronouns.
- Descriptives: These words describe entities; they're like adjectives except that they're not only adjectives.
- Enumeratives: These words are used to count entities and actions. They comprise numerals and quantifiers.
- Factives: These words indicate actions as opposed to state or serving as auxillaries.
- Qualificatives: These qualify substantives, descriptives, or factives.
- Relatives: These specify who or what you are talking about.
- Essives: These words indicate existence (efi, etc.) or intrinsic characteristics/identity (ih).
- Copulatives: Connect substantives to descriptives
- Particles: Perform various grammatical functions
- Ideophones: Express speaker's attitude about a person, event, fact, or possibility in a discourse
- Interrogatives: Express questions, inquiries