|Jeffrey S. Jones|
Word order is pretty typically Romance.Verbs are listed according to infinitive in the vocabulary. There are four conjugations, the infinitives ending in -ar, -er, -ir, and -r. The regular endings that occur here are:
|-á||future, 3rd person singular; added to infinitive|
|-en||present indicative, 3rd person plural; replaces infinitive ending|
|-a||imperative, 2nd person singular; replaces infinitive ending|
|-iand||gerund, replaces infinitive ending|
Nouns are listed in the singular form. Plurals are formed by adding -s (in this text); there may be minor stem changes.
Adjectives, quantifiers, and determiners are listed in the feminine singular form. Unless this ends in -a, the masculine singular is the same as the feminine dingular. Plurals are formed as if the singular forms were nouns.
Adverbs are formed from adjectives by placing ment after the feminine singular form.
There's an abstract form of the definite article, lò, which is used with adjectives and occasionally other things. Otherwise, definite articles appear here only when contracted with à.
|al||-||à + definite article, MS|
|ala||-||à + definite article, FS|
|conduir||V||lead, bring, convey|
|dever||V||should, ought to|
|est||V||= copula (present indicative, 3rd person singular)|
|fâis||V||do, make (present indicative, 2nd person singular)|
|lò||D||definite article, abstract|
|mancantza||NF||failure, loss, error|
|porquè||Adv||why (relative), because|
|resuælvr||V||resolve, result (unstressed stem = resov)|
|tua||D||possessive of 2S|
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