Feluxian is an East Feluxian language that derives most of its vocabulary from the Feluxian branch of the [insert language family here] language family.

Written Feluxian uses the [insert name of script here] script.

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Main article: Feluxian grammar

Feluxian is an inflected language with three grammatical genders; as such, there can be a large number of words derived from the same root.

Nouns and noun phrases Edit

Feluxian nouns inflect by case, gender, and number:

  • five cases: nominative, accusative, genitive, dative, and locative
  • two noun classes: animate and inanimate.
  • two numbers: singular and plural.

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Verbs and verb phrases Edit

Inflection of standard Feluxian verbs includes:

  • three persons: 1st, 2nd, 3rd.
  • two numbers: singular and plural.
  • four tenses: remote past, near past, present, and future.
  • the distinction between perfect and progressive aspect which attach onto the tense affixes.

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