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Murzimed Grammar

Murzimian is a language commonly spoken throughout Murzim, in this article we will be going over some of the rules of Murzimian:   Intonations: The sentence structure is very simple it can be made up of one word if conjugated properly for me to command you to look at me I'd say "Bodatzu" or if specifically of I want you to look at all of me it'd be "Bodatzu tut" meaning "you, look at all of me!" intonation is very important for example if I were to say "Bodatzu tut" I am meaning "you look at all of me" but saying the exact same thing, "Bodatzu tut!" with more force in my voice means "You! Look at all of me!" but to say "Bodatzu tut?" with shakiness and the scoop at the end means "You look at all of me?"   Sender: Who is the one who is doing the action/currently owns the noun. this comes after the time Ka- (you Mas) Sha- (you Fem) La- (me) Mi- (him) Mo- (her) Bo- (it) [Blank]- (Famous Person/Deity)   Time: The prefix for time of something attached to the noun/verb it represents. This is placed before the sender Su-past Qa-current Du-future Va-unknown (only used when making a point of that also just used for when)   For these examples we will continue with the verb "Dat" or to look as you should have learned in the last module, but this time we will add onto it the congegation for "I" or first person singular written as "La-" so by itself without time it would be "Ladat" Suladat (I looked) Qaladat (I see) Duladat (I will see) Valadat (I dont know if I have seen or will see it) or (When will I see it?)   recipient: now that we have talked about the sender and time we will talk abou who is going to recieve it (nouns/verbs). -Ji (you [masculine]) -nes (you [Feminine]) -shoi (enemy) -ka (friend) -fo (family) -as (you [respectful]) -eth (your children) -to (to a Deity) -da (it/neutral noun) -zu (me) -xim (him) -nex (her)   For this example we will continue with a very familiar Verb, "Dat" and with the first person singular conjugation "La-" or together it'd be "Ladat"   Ladatji (I see you(M)) Ladatnes (I see you(F)) Ladatshoi (I see (the enemy/You(enemy))) Ladatfo (I see (my family/you (Family member))) Ladatas (I see you sir/ma'am) Ladateth (I see you son/daughter or I see my children) Ladatto (I see you my diety) Ladata (I see it) (written like that because if a d or t follows one another the 2nd will be dropped) Ladatzu (I see myself) Ladatxim (I see him) Ladatnex (I see her)   Nouns: These will never change from their original internally but will have modifiers either following or proceeding, though is 2 vowels are put together at the end by congugations a "-t-" will go inbetween but if its at the beginning a "-y-" will be inserted inbetween.   Owner: Who owns this noun, made by attaching to the end of the object being owned and if someone is doing an action to themselves it replaces both the sender and the recipient. -to (diety) -zu (me) -osey (you [masculine]) -oney (you feminine) -lo (it)   For this example we will bring in the noun for a horse or "ne" This was chosen so as to show the point in the nouns section of this intro. Neto (Horse owned by the Gods) Nezu (My horse) Netosey (Your(M) Horse) Netoney (Your(F) Horse) Nelo (its Horse)   An example of owning a verb would be "Say" or to teach. and since you are teaching yourself it would be either: Satosey (You (M) teach yourself) Satoney (You (F) teach yourself) now you may be asking "Sayf, kmifi kum 'Y' Saydha?" (Teacher, why is there no "Y" the verb Say) and to that I say "Noundadhapok qakmyz 't' twi 'y' vakowlo bo-'conjugation' kum kamyzdapok" (Nouns can have both Y's and T's when conjugated so you don't want)   Plurals: For plurals you simply add "pok" to the end, no matter the context, wanna say we? add pok to the end of the word conjugated for I. wanna say them, conjugate some form of 3rd person then add pok to the end, plurals can get confusing when referring to pronouns, but to understand it only relies on context.


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2 Jan, 2023 13:19

I like the different classes in the marking of the object (recipient). Are the same classes (deity vs. family vs. enemy vs. children etc.) also used elsewhere in the grammar or is it different? I see that there is also deity category in the possessive prefixes (owners). The article would benefit a lot from a bit of structure. Some headers to make sections and you could place some of the information in the side bar. Links to your other articles would be nice too :)

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9 Mar, 2023 10:51

Thank you! I’ll definitely take that into consideration and try and expand upon it, but yes owners are used for both Verbs and Nouns, for example if I am doing something to my self I am the owner of that verb so I’d conjugate it so as to say I own the verb