|From:||Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, January 11, 2004, 5:37|
--- Trebor Jung <treborjung@...> wrote:
> How different is Icelandic (in grammar) from
> the other Germanic natlangs?
Not terribly. It's been a while since I did Old
It has got the same four cases the other Gmc
languages have (NGDA), the same basic tenses
(past/nonpast) and verbal system as I recall
(different aux. vbs to take care of things
similar to ours). Like other Scandinavian
languages, it postposes the article.
It's phonology is interesting and if I had Gordon
to hand, I could describe it better.
la cieurgeourea provoer mal trasfu ast meiyoer ke 'l andrext ben trasfu.
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