Grammatical Features

Some articles on grammatical features:

Balkan Sprachbund - Features - Grammatical Features - Bare Subjunctive Constructions
... This example translates in the Balkan languages the phrase "You should go!", using the subjunctive constructions ... Language Example Notes Macedonian Да (си) одиш! "Оди" in the imperative is more common, and has the identical meaning ...
Skolt Sami Language - Grammar
... highly inflected language that shares many grammatical features with the other Uralic languages ... Therefore, cases and other grammatical features are also marked by modifications to the root and not just marked with suffixes ... Many of the suffixes in Skolt Sami are portmanteau morphemes that express several grammatical features at a time ...
Mixe-Zoque Languages - Grammatical Features
... The Mixe–Zoquean languages are head-marking and polysynthetic, with morphologically complex verbs and simple nouns ... Grammatical subjects as well as objects are marked in the verb ...

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