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Algilez International Language - Grammar

20 July 2015

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9. Tenses......................................................................................................................................................51 9.1 General Rules.......................................................................................................................................51 9.2 Table of Tenses (Note -*** =verb).........................................................................................................51 9.3 The perfect/intentional marker ..............................................................................................................51 9.4 Note also that the basic meanings of 'o', 'e' 'u' & 'i' remain the same e.g.: ............................................52 9.5 Past Tenses - Simple, Completed, Intended & Continuous ..................................................................52 9.6 Present Tenses - Simple & Continuous ................................................................................................52 9.7 Future Tenses - Simple, Completed, Intended & Continuous ...............................................................53 9.8 Implications of using different nouns and pronouns with the future tense.............................................53 9.9 See also Time Prepositions in Section 11 for further examples ............................................................53 9.10 Use of continuous/ongoing tenses, ‘Interrupted Action’. .......................................................................53 10. Conditional & Hypothetical....................................................................................................................54 10.1 General use of conditional and hypothetical .........................................................................................54 10.2 Algilez Condition Possible.....................................................................................................................54 10.3 Algilez Condition hypothetical ...............................................................................................................55 11. Prepositions & Conjunctions .................................................................................................................56 11.1 General Prepositions ............................................................................................................................56 11.2 Place. Those words with (P) can also be used directly as prepositions. ..............................................58 11.3 Travel & Movement...............................................................................................................................59 11.4 Measurement (note that adjectives & adverbs will still require the ‘ a ’ ending) ......................................59 11.5 Relative Position ...................................................................................................................................59 Basic uses of ‘o’, ‘u’, ‘e’ & in: .............................................................................................................................60 11.6 Examples ..............................................................................................................................................60 11.7 Use of at, on, in etc ( e, on, in ) ...............................................................................................................60 11.8 Time......................................................................................................................................................61 11.9 Examples ..............................................................................................................................................61 11.10 Frequency (occasion) .......................................................................................................................62 11.11 Translating the English Word 'of'.......................................................................................................62 12. Numbers and mathematical symbols ....................................................................................................64 12.1 Numbers (Cardinal Numbers) Numbers precede nouns. ......................................................................64 12.2 Very large and very small numbers (e.g. billions, trillions, thousandths, millionths etc) ........................64 12.3 Collective, Fraction, Multiples etc .........................................................................................................64 12.4 Mathematical Symbols..........................................................................................................................64