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Europaio: A Brief Grammar of the European Language, Vol. 1

By Carlos Quiles

Publisher

:  Dnghu

Pub Date

:  March 2006

ISBN

:  84-689-7727-6

D.L.

:  BA-145-06

Pages

:  293

 

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Table of Contents

Copyright

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Preface

Preface

Who This Book Is for

What's New in This Edition

Comments and Questions

Acknowledgments

Conventions Used in this Book

1. Introduction

1.1. The Indo-European

1.2. European Languages


1.3. Traditional Views


1.4. The Three Stages


1.5. The Homeland


1.6. Other Theories


1.7. Europaio


1.8. Bibliography

2. Letters and Sounds

2.1. Alphabet

2.2. Classification of Sounds

2.3. Sounds of the Letters

2.4. Syllables

2.5. Quantity

2.6. Accent

2.7. Vowel Change

2.8. Consonant Change

2.9. Peculiarities of Orthography

2.10. Kindred Forms

3. Words and their Forms

3.1. The Parts of Speech

3.2. Inflection

3.3. Root, Stem and Base

3.4. Gender

3.5. General Rules of Gender

3.6. Vowel Grade

4. Nouns

4.1. Declension of Nouns

4.2. First Declension

4.2.1. The Paradigm

4.2.2. In -i,-u

4.2.3. In -i:,-u:

4.2.4. In Diphthong

4.2.5. The Plural

4.3. Second Declension

4.3.1. The Paradigm

4.3.2. In Occlusive, -m, -l

4.3.3. In -r, -n, -s

4.3.4. The Plural

4.4. Third Declension

4.4.1. The Paradigm

4.4.2. Examples

4.4.3. The Plural

4.5. Fourth Declension

4.5.1. The Paradigm

4.5.2. Examples

4.5.3. The Plural

4.6. Variable Nouns

4.7. Vocalism before the Declension

4.8. Vocalism in the Plural

4.9. Accent in Declension

5. Adjectives

5.1. Inflection of Adjectives

5.2. The Motion

5.3. Adjective Specialization

5.4. Comparison of Adjectives

5.5. Numerals

5.5.1. Classification

5.5.2. Cardinals and Ordinals

5.5.3. Declension of Cardinals and Ordinals

5.5.4. Distributives

5.5.5. Numeral Adverbs

5.5.6. Other Numerals

6. Pronouns

6.1. About the Pronouns

6.2. Personal Pronouns

6.3. Reflexive Pronouns

6.4. Possessive Pronouns

6.5. Anaphoric Pronouns

6.6. Demonstrative Pronouns

6.7. Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns

6.7.1. Introduction

6.7.2. Compounds

6.7.3. Correlatives

6.8. Relative Pronouns

6.9. Identity Pronouns

6.10. Oppositive Pronouns

7. Verbs

7.1. Introduction

7.1.1. Voice, Mood, Tense, Person, Number

7.1.2. Noun and Adjective Forms

7.1.3. Voices

7.1.4. Moods

7.1.5. Tenses of the Finite Verb

7.2. Forms of the Verb

7.2.1. The Verbal Stems

7.2.2. Verb-Endings

7.2.3. The Thematic Vowel

7.2.4. Verb Creation

7.2.5. The Four Stems

7.2.6. Mood Stems

7.2.7. The Voice

7.2.8. Noun and Adjective Forms

7.3. The Conjugations

7.3.1. Introduction

7.3.2. First Conjugation

7.3.3. Reduplicates

7.3.4. Second Conjugation

7.3.5. Third Conjugation

7.3.6. Fourth Conjugation

8. Particles

8.1. Particles

8.2. Adverbs

8.3. Derivation of Adverbs

8.4. Prepositions

8.5. Conjunctions

Criticisms

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