Novoslovnica/Lesson6

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There are three genders in Novoslovnica - masculine, feminine and neutral. Nominal parts of speech can vary by this property. Let's look at different examples.

Noun[edit]

Nouns have three main and one additional declensions, so there are some variants in how gender can infulence on noun form.

  • 1 declension:
    • masculine - -A, -Ä
    • feminine - -A, -Ä
  • 2 declension
    • masculine - -0
    • neutral - -O, -Ë
  • 3 declension
    • feminine -J
  • add. declension
    • neutral -Ę, -Ų

So, we see that nouns in masculine can have -A, -Ä, -0 endings, in feminine - -A, -Ä, -J and in neutral - -O, -Ë, -Ę, -Ų.

Adjective[edit]

We divide adjective into full and short.

full short
masculine -yǐ -0
feminine -aja -a
neutral -oje -o

Participle[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

Related links[edit]

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