R: Typologic survey, part II
|Date:||Friday, February 2, 2001, 18:51|
> Please cut away the unnecessary cruft, stick to the point and be concise.
> ---- PART II Conlang Typlogic Survey 2001 ----
> House-keeping data
> Name of the participating conlang:
> (same as on part I please :) )
> 2: Order of genitive (G), and noun (N)
> That is: Possessor/owner and possession/owned thing
GN (but NG is not impossible)
> Is the order GN, NG or both?
> How is it shown?
With an ending added on the G (-ni).
> 3: Order of adjective (A) and noun (N)
> Does the language have a closed class of adjectives?
They behave as nouns.
> - If yes,
> - how are they shown? (see question 2 above)
They behave as nouns, but usually end in -i (while a noun can end
in -a, -e, -i or -u)