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English declension
English declension Grammatical cases List of grammatical cases Abessive ... Instrumental-comitative case Intransitive case Nominative case Declension English declension German declension Latin declension Slovak declension ...
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Declension Grammatical cases List of grammatical cases Abessive ... Instrumental-comitative case Intransitive case Nominative case Declension English declension German declension Latin declension Slovak declension Irish declension ...
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Latin declension
Latin declension It has been suggested that this article ... the same word pattern is called a declension. There are five declensions, which are numbered ... and grammatical gender. Grammatical cases A complete declension consists of seven grammatical cases: The nominative ... which expresses possession, measurement, or source. In English, the preposition of is used to denote ... the indirect object of a verb. In English, the prepositions to and for most ...
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English plural
English plural Note: This page containsIPA phonetic symbolsin Unicode. In the English language, nouns are inflected for grammatical number ... discusses the variety of ways in which English plurals are formed. Note that phonetic transcriptions ... American. Regular plurals The plural morpheme in English is suffixed to the end of most ... these rules are sufficient to describe most English plurals. However, there are several complications ...
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Slovak declension
Slovak declension To meet Wikipedia's quality standards, this ... g. this (not very good) dictionary Slovak-English-Slovak Dictionary Introduction The Slovak language, like ... inanimate in plural. b)Number: Like in English, there is the singular and the plural ... pl) the genitive case (G) = (1) in English "of x" or "x's" ; answers the ... za the dative case (D) = (1) in English "to x"; answers the question To ...
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English language
English language English Pronunciation: IPA: Spoken in: Australia, Canada, Ireland ... European Germanic West Germanic Anglo-Frisian Anglic English Writing system: Latin alphabet Official status Official ... may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode. English is a West Germanic language which is ... in many countries formerly under British rule. English is now the fourth (or possibly ...
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Old English morphology
Old English morphology The morphology of the Old English language is quite different from that of Modern English, predominantly by being much more highly inflected. Verbs Verbs in Old English are divided into strong or weak verbs ... tense. Verbs like this persist in modern English, for example "sing, sang, sung" is ...
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German declension
German declension German declension is the declensional system of the German ... Articles Definite articles These correspond to the English "the". Nom. Acc. Dat. Gen. Masculine der ... den der Indefinite articles These correspond to English "a", "an", or "one". Note that there ... en -en -en -en Unpreceded or "0" declension All other adjectives are declined using ...
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Talk:Declension I'm sorry, I know about the ... as subjects and objects? -- Mike Hardy In English, the agent is usually the subject and ... Some languages such as Japanese have different declension for different classes of nouns, e.g ... Japanese and Korean have systems similar to declension whereby different counting words are used when ... be considered an example of "case" or "declension", but rather a gender/classifier system. ...
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English language (Psychology wiki)
English language Home Support Help Site Support Orientation ... Language Linguistics Semiotics Speech {{Infobox Language |name=English |familycolor=Indo-European |pronunciation=ˈɪŋglɪʃ |states= [[Australia ... center>Countries of the world where English
is an official or ''de facto'' official language.
}} '''English''' is a [[West Germanic languages|West Germanic ... in many countries formerly under British rule . English is now the fourth most widely ...
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