The origins of the Anyúvin language lie in four precursor languages: the Anyuvin proto-language (often referred to as Old Kášav) and its three offshoots: Kášav, Vánda, and Modjári.
Phonetics, Phonotactics and Orthography
This section describes the phonemes that comprise Anyúvin, how those sounds are put together to form words and how those words are written, both in the Anyúvin script and in it’s ‘romanized’ form.
How new words are derived: plurals, possessives. The “greater prefixes” and their use in speech.
Nouns and pronouns, the Anyuvin case system.
Verbs and Adverbs
Verb forms, the Anyúvin TMA (tense, mode, and aspect) system.
The “small words” articles, demonstratives, prepositions, conjunctions.
Basic phrases in everyday life.
The currently defined Anyuvin words.
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