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Algilez International Language - Grammar

20 July 2015

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13. Interrogatives/Questions/Queries .........................................................................................................65 13.1 General Rules K = Ke (query)...............................................................................................................65 13.2 Main Question Words ...........................................................................................................................65 13.3 Examples (remember k=ke)..................................................................................................................65 13.4 Understanding the variations of meaning of different questions ...........................................................67 13.5 Other Common Question Forms ...........................................................................................................67 13.6 Alternative Question Forms ..................................................................................................................67 13.7 Interrogative Verb Forms ......................................................................................................................68 13.8 ‘To ask if /whether ...’ ............................................................................................................................68 13.9 Tag questions .......................................................................................................................................68 13.10 Shortcut questions – beware of missing out a question word after ‘K’ ..............................................69 13.11 Intermediate question words – what, where, who etc in the middle of sentences .............................69 14. Requests and Orders (Imperatives/Instructions) please and thank you .............................70 14.1 Questions, requests & orders – what are the differences. ....................................................................70 14.2 Requests...............................................................................................................................................70 14.3 Orders (Imperatives/Instructions)..........................................................................................................70 14.4 Suggestions for action, using ‘ le ’ (let, allow) plus present or future tense followed by ‘ mi ’ or ‘ wi ’ .........71 14.5 Thank you, You’re welcome etc ............................................................................................................71 15. Negatives and Opposites......................................................................................................................72 15.1 Negation – no and not...........................................................................................................................72 15.2 Other forms of negation and opposites .................................................................................................72 15.3 Using two negatives in a sentence .......................................................................................................73 15.4 Answers to negative questions .............................................................................................................73 16. Direct and Indirect Reported Speech....................................................................................................74 17. Relative clauses and relative pronouns ................................................................................................75 17.1 Relative clauses and relative pronouns ‘ xa ’ & ‘ ca ’.................................................................................75 17.2 Non-defining relative clauses – usually with ‘ xa ’....................................................................................75 17.3 Preffixes to ‘ xa / ca ’ e.g. ‘ avxa’, ‘oxa’, ‘vekxa’, ‘abxa ’ etc ..........................................................................75 17.4 Replacing a relative clause with an infinitive or participle .....................................................................75 17.5 Omission of relative pronouns ..............................................................................................................76 18. Greetings, Weather, Names & Titles etc...............................................................................................77 18.1 Greetings and weather..........................................................................................................................77 18.2 Names and Titles..................................................................................................................................77