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 <section class="subsection" id="cases">
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 	<header>Cases</header>
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-	<?php proposal(); ?>
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-	<p>The base form of noun is the <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span>
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-	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huses"], "eng" => ["houses"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huser(e)s"], "eng" => ["houses'"]])); ?>.</p>
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+	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>.</p>
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+	<p>The base form of a noun is the nominative, which does not receive any marker.</p>
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+	<p>The genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["dages"], "eng" => ["days"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["dager(e)s"], "eng" => ["days'"]])); ?>.</p>
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+	<p></p>
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fs -> flk

Christian Fraß authored on27/07/2017 00:19:14
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-	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huses"], "eng" => ["houses"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huser(e)s"], "eng" => ["houses'"]])); ?>.</p>
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+	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huses"], "eng" => ["houses"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huser(e)s"], "eng" => ["houses'"]])); ?>.</p>
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update

Christian Fraß authored on17/04/2017 03:54:52
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-	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["fs" => ["huses"], "en" => ["houses"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["fs" => ["huser(e)s"], "en" => ["houses'"]])); ?>.</p>
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+	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huses"], "eng" => ["houses"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["flk" => ["huser(e)s"], "eng" => ["houses'"]])); ?>.</p>
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Christian Fraß authored on27/11/2016 17:30:26
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-	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <span class="word lang_fs">-(e)s</span> to the word, e.g. <span class="word lang_fs">huses</span> ~ <span class="word lang_en">houses</span>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <span class="word lang_fs">huser(e)s</span> ~ <span class="word lang_en">the houses'</span>.</p>
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+	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <?php echo(mark("-(e)s", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> to the word, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["fs" => ["huses"], "en" => ["houses"]])); ?>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")(["fs" => ["huser(e)s"], "en" => ["houses'"]])); ?>.</p>
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Christian Fraß authored on05/06/2016 19:05:53
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+	<p>The base form of noun is the <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span>
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+	<p>Regular nouns can appear in two cases: <span class="grammarterm">nominative</span> and <span class="grammarterm">genitive</span>. The nominative doesn't receive any marker while the genitive is formed by appending the suffix <span class="word lang_fs">-(e)s</span> to the word, e.g. <span class="word lang_fs">huses</span> ~ <span class="word lang_en">houses</span>. The marker for the plural has to be applied first, e.g. <span class="word lang_fs">huser(e)s</span> ~ <span class="word lang_en">the houses'</span>.</p>
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+</section>
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