Grammars of specific languages

2017-07-30T20:49:26+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Afrikaans grammar, Esperanto grammar, Grammar of the Vedic language, Slovene grammar, Sotho grammar, Estonian grammar, Sanskrit grammar, Lithuanian grammar, Nepali grammar, Classical Nahuatl grammar, Cantonese grammar flashcards Grammars of specific languages
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  • Afrikaans grammar
    This article describes the grammar of Afrikaans, a language spoken in South Africa which originated from 17th century Dutch.
  • Esperanto grammar
    Esperanto is a constructed auxiliary language.
  • Grammar of the Vedic language
    This article treats the grammar of the Vedic language, used to compose religious hymns known as the Vedas in the early-to-mid 2nd to mid 1st millennium BCE, and was a spoken language in that period.
  • Slovene grammar
    The following is an overview of the grammar of the Slovene language.
  • Sotho grammar
    This article presents a brief overview of the grammar of the Sotho language and provides links to more detailed articles.
  • Estonian grammar
    Estonian grammar is the grammar of the Estonian language.
  • Sanskrit grammar
    The grammar of the Sanskrit language has a complex verbal system, rich nominal declension, and extensive use of compound nouns.
  • Lithuanian grammar
    Lithuanian grammar is the study of rules governing the use of the Lithuanian language.
  • Nepali grammar
    Nepali grammar is the study of the morphology and syntax of Nepali, an Indo-European language spoken in South Asia.
  • Classical Nahuatl grammar
    The grammar of Classical Nahuatl is agglutinative, head-marking, and makes extensive use of compounding, noun incorporation and derivation.
  • Cantonese grammar
    Cantonese is an analytic language in which the arrangement of words in a sentence is important to its meaning.