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    How to use tenses

    June 28, 2017 by Sensz416

    I will quickly go over how to use certain tenses in Anglish. 

    In compound verb phrases, the second verb is left in the infinitive (-en ending) while the first verb is conjugated for the subject. 

    I will eaten We wollen eaten
    Thou wilt eaten Ye wollen eaten
    He/she/it will eaten They wollen eaten

    A note for the imperfect: make sure to the present participle(-ende ending) for the second verb.

    I was eatende We weren eatende
    Thou wert eatende Ye weren eatende
    He/she/it was eatende They weren eatende
    I woulde eaten We woulden eaten 
    Thou wouldest eaten Ye woulden eaten
    He/she/it woulde eaten

    They woulden eaten

    Present Subjuctive
    I eat We eat
    Thou eat Ye eat
    He/she/it eat They eat
    Past Subjunctive
    I ate We ate
    Thou ate Ye ate
    He/she/it ate …

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    Grammar? cont...

    June 28, 2017 by Sensz416

    In my first post, I explained grammar for noun declensions. Here I will explain verb conjugations. A strong verb is just another way to say irregular, and a weak verb is regular. 

    Strong Verb: to sing, in anglish singen  sung  singende

    Present Tense
    I singe We singen
    Thou singest Ye singen
    He/she/it singeth They singen
    Past Tense
    I sang We sangen
    Thou sangest Ye sangen
    He/she/it sang  They sangen

    Weak Verb: to open, in anglish  openen' opened 'openede

    Present Tense
    I opene We openen
    Thou openest Ye openen
    He/she/it openeth They openen
    Past Tense
    I openede We openeden
    Thou openedest Ye openeden
    He/she/it openede They openeden
    been been 'bende
    I am We aren
    Thou art Ye aren
    He/she/it is They aren
    I was We weren
    Thou wert Ye weren
    He/she/it was They weren
    haven had 'hav…

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    June 28, 2017 by Sensz416

    I love how we are purifying the English language to rid it of its Romantic influence to be much more Germanic. But I was thinking, what if we took the next step and changed the grammar to be closer to Old English. There are two ways this could be done: Through a modern sound change filter, in which the sounds change to the proper patterns of today; or, try to mimic as best we can to the original Old English. I personally prefer the former so that is what I'm going to show below.

    NOUNS: There are 4 cases(nominative, accusative, genitive, and dative) for singular, plural; strong and weak. In total, there are 16 noun declensions not including the three grammatical genders because it is very difficult to figure which gender a noun is. A weak no…

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