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  • 161 Romance languages — Romance Geographic distribution: Originally Southern Europe and parts of Africa; now also Latin America, Canada, parts of Lebanon and much of Western Africa Linguistic classification: Indo European Italic …

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  • 162 French verb morphology — This article is part of the series on: French language Langues d oïl Dialects Creoles Francophonie History Oaths of Strasbourg Ordinance of Villers Cotterêts Anglo Norman Grammar …

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  • 163 French grammar — refers to the grammar of the French language, which is similar to that of the other Romance languages.French is a moderately inflected language. Nouns and most pronouns are inflected for number (singular or plural); adjectives, for the number and …

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  • 164 Latin conjugation — Conjugation is the creation of derived forms of a verb from its basic forms or principal parts. It may be affected by person, number, gender, tense, mood, voice or other language specific factors. When, for example, we use a verb to function as… …

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  • 165 Otomi grammar — The grammar of the Otomi language is mostly agglutinative, constructing words by combining roots with suffixes, prefixes and clitics. Affixes are often portmanteaus, carrying more than one part of meaning, making Otomi also a fusional language.… …

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  • 166 Ancient Greek grammar — is morphologically complex and preserves several features of Proto Indo European morphology. Nouns, adjectives, pronouns, articles, numerals and especially verbs are all highly inflected. This article is an introduction to this morphological… …

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  • 167 French conjugation — This article is part of the series on: French language Langues d oïl Dialects Creoles Francophonie History Oaths of Strasbourg Ordinance of Villers Cotterêts Anglo Norman Grammar …

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  • 168 Arabic language — Arabic redirects here. For other uses, see Arabic (disambiguation). For the literary standard, see Modern Standard Arabic. For vernaculars, see varieties of Arabic. For others, see Arabic languages. Arabic العربية/عربي/عربى al ʿarabiyyah/ʿarabī …

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  • 169 Neo-Mandaic — Mandāyí, Raṭnā Pronunciation [mændɔːˈji], [rætˤnɔ] Spoken in Iran, Iraq (extinct) Native speakers ca. 500 …

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  • 170 Otomi language — Otomi Hñähnü, Hñähño, Hñotho, Hñähü, Hñätho, Yųhų, Yųhmų, Ñųhų, Ñǫthǫ, Ñañhų Otomi market …

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  • 171 Bemba language — Not to be confused with Bemba language (Congo). Bemba Chibemba Spoken in Zambia …

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  • 172 Italian grammar — is the study of grammar of the Italian language.MorphologyItalian words can be divided into nine grammatical categories, the parts of speech: five variable (article, noun, adjective, pronoun and verb) and four invariable (adverb, preposition,… …

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  • 173 Varieties of Arabic — For the historical family of dialects, see Arabic languages. Different dialects of Arabic in the Arab world The Arabic language is a Semitic language characterized by a wide number of linguistic varieties within its five regional forms. The… …

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  • 174 Sesotho tonology — Notes: *All examples marked with Dagger; are included in the audio samples. If a table caption is marked then all Sesotho examples in that table are included in the audio samples. *The orthography used in this and related articles is that of… …

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  • 175 Greek language — Indo European language spoken mostly in Greece. Its history can be divided into four phases: Ancient Greek, Koine, Byzantine Greek, and Modern Greek. Ancient Greek is subdivided into Mycenaean Greek (14th–13th centuries BC) and Archaic and… …

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  • 176 Bulgarian verbs — are the most complicated part of Bulgarian grammar, especially when compared to other Slavic languages. They are inflected for person, number and sometimes gender. They also have lexical aspect (perfective and imperfective), voice, nine tenses,… …

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  • 177 Eastern Lombard grammar — The Eastern Lombard Grammar reflects the main features of Romance languages: the word order of Eastern Lombard is usually SVO, nouns are inflected in number, adjectives agree in number and gender with the nouns, verbs are declined in tense,… …

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  • 178 Swahili language — For other uses, see Swahili (disambiguation). Swahili Language Kiswahili, اللغة السواحلية Spoken in  Burundi …

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  • 179 Hortative — The hortative (abbreviated hort, pronounced /ˈhɔrtətɪv/ ( listen)) is a group of semantically similar deontic moods in some languages, especially English. Hortative moods encourage or urge. There are seven hortative moods in English: the… …

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  • 180 Verb — This article is about the part of speech. For the physical activity program, see VERB (program). For English usage of verbs, see English verbs. Verbs redirects here. For the Christian gospel rapper, see Verbs (rapper). Examples I washed the car… …

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