Tis ti“tis ti tis ti"Tis ti2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
åda nas tala pashkik,
“ans kähtvenıan poses nücht,
ans noch sachtiven en männ!”
tʰysʔ tʰy tʰysʔ tʰy
edʰˈɑ tʰɑlˈa n̪ãsʔ pɑʂkʰˈykʰ
ˈɑn̪ə̃sʔ kʰɒxtʰˈvɛn̪ian pɤˈsɛs n̪ũχtʰ
ˈɑn̪ə̃s nɤχ sɑχtʰˈyvən̪ː ɛ̃n mɒ̃n̪ː
(small bird onomatopoeia)*
made-by ART bird(ACC) little(AGR)
DEC winter(NOM) house-ACC(INE) 1SG-PL(AGR)
DEC and/so** (1SG)DEC-fly ELA-ART DEM(place)(REF1)***
(small bird sound)
made-by the bird little
winter house-in my
and/so (I)must-fly away-from this(Place)
said the little bird,
"winter is coming,
and I must
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"Took you long enough."
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"What are you doi
Asari Grammar--Alphabet--Asari Grammar2 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Aa Cc Ee Gg Hh Ii Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Xx Yy Zz (Áá Éé Íí Óó Úú Ýý)
-The initial stress position of a word is on the first syllable, but can be moved by using the acute accent over a vowel, as in Spanish
-The plosives [b] and [d] have morphed together with [p] and [t]. (Samara says that 'Ar[d]at-Yakshi comes from a dead Asari dialect)
Asari has 4 cases: Nominative, Accusative, Dative, and Genitive. These are marked in nouns by prefixes
Nominative Case: This case has no marking, so a bare noun always sigifies that it is the subject
Accusative Case: The accusative marking is the prefix [sa-]
Dative Case: The dative marking is the prefix [ta-]
Genitive Case: The genitive case marking is the prefix [la-] on the object being possessed, and [le-] on the noun possessing the object
-These prefixes do not apply to proper nouns such as proper names or place names, except for genitive's markers
-Infinitive Form is [verb]+[m]
-Conjugation is prefi