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Algilez International Language - Grammar

20 July 2015

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6.20 Multiple Adjectives & Participles ...........................................................................................................31 6.21 Easier pronunciation of some words ending in ‘ a ’ and ‘ ø ’ by adding ‘ na ’ or ‘ wa ’ instead of ‘ a ’. .............32 7. Verbs ........................................................................................................................................................33 7.1 General Rules.......................................................................................................................................33 7.2 Examples: .............................................................................................................................................33 7.3 Passive Case........................................................................................................................................34 7.4 Transitive and Intransitive verbs ...........................................................................................................34 7.5 Alternative Passive Forms ....................................................................................................................35 7.6 Transitional Verbs.................................................................................................................................36 7.7 Stative verbs .........................................................................................................................................37 7.8 Understanding the ‘to’ and ‘ing’ forms of English verbs ........................................................................37 7.9 Double & Triple Verb Groups................................................................................................................37 7.10 Possessive - To Have (Roget 773) .......................................................................................................38 7.11 Other meaning of ‘to have’....................................................................................................................39 7.12 Common Verb Affixes ...........................................................................................................................39 7.13 Requirements and Obligations - Ought, Should, Must, Need, Best to, etc............................................41 7.14 Wishes and intentions – Wish, want, intend to, etc...............................................................................42 7.15 Phrasal Verbs .......................................................................................................................................42 7.16 Causative Verbs ...................................................................................................................................43 7.17 Aspect...................................................................................................................................................44 7.18 Affixes related to Aspect - ....................................................................................................................44 7.19 The verb ‘to be/exist’ ( biz, boz, bez, buz ) .............................................................................................47 8. Adverbs.....................................................................................................................................................48 8.1 Formation of adverbs ............................................................................................................................48 8.2 Manner, place, time, frequency (some of these may also be treated as prepositions. See Section 11) 48 8.3 Sentence adverbs.................................................................................................................................48 8.4 Degree ..................................................................................................................................................48 8.5 Stative – This refers to the state or condition of a person or thing ........................................................49 8.6 Multiple adverbs and adverbial phrases................................................................................................49 8.7 Passive case for adverbs......................................................................................................................50 8.8 Adverbial participles..............................................................................................................................50 8.9 Negating adverbs..................................................................................................................................50