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Vocabulary and Grammar

av – n. eye
A straightforward noun

cibar – adj. edible, nutritious
A straightforward adjective

cibe – n. food
A straightforward noun, refers to anything that can be consumed as sustenance

jojov – n. rider, someone who rides an animal
A straightforward n…

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Vocabulary After the Finish Line

With the completion of the dictionary audit, I decided that I am going to hold off on grammar for another month.  Maybe it will come before, but I'm just happy to have it done.  So here are some shiny new words.
 

Vocabulary and Grammar

azik – n. abortion, abandonment
A straightforward …

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Fun Stuff and the Big Announcement!

For a while I've been promising a big announcement in relation to Wolf Pack, but I didn't want to reveal it until the book had actually come out.

And the big announcement?

Wolf Pack is getting a video game!  Yay!...?

All information can be found on BitChute.  But here is a rundown of the h…

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Vocabulary, Some Changes, and Technical Difficulties

Vocabulary and Grammar

abikn. separated individual, one who has been cut off from the group
A straightforward noun

abilv. collect, gather
A straightforward verb

ablesn. collection
A straightforward noun

abisv. separate, segregate
A straightforward verb

abos – …

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Minor Vocabulary Addition

Vocabulary and Grammar

claov. work, labor
This verb refers to the physical act of working or doing something physical, not necessarily speaking of one’s career.

eclaosadj. hard-working, ambitious
A straightforward adjective

imthiclaov. sabotage
A pretty straightforward v…

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Borelian Adjectives: Comparisons

Grammar: Comparisons, Greater Than, As Much As, Not As Much As

Comparing things in Borelian requires a bit of creativity with the use of the postpositions, “kox,” “lux,” and “rab.”

Greater Than

The literal translation for the “greater than” comparative is “Over your thing, my th…

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Borelian Verbs: Suffixes

Grammar, Suffixes for Person

Borelian verbs attach personal pronouns for both subject and object.  The subject is who is doing a thing.  The object, if applicable, is who is receiving a thing.  A few rules will be noted:

  1. Pronouns always attach as subject first and then object.

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Borelian Verbs: Infixes

Grammar 1, Infixes for Passivity

Today's short lesson will be on the passive infix.  Verbs are typically either active or passive.

Active: I hit the ball.
Passive: The ball was hit by me.

The passive voice is more prevalent than one might expect in Borelian society as it adds yet another …

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Borelian Verbs: Prefixes

Grammar 1, Dwi

This month we have the introduction of the prefix “dwi-” (or just “dw-” before a vowel). This prefix attaches to a noun and forces it to become a verb.

Understand, however, that this phenomenon is considered very awkward, even if grammatically correct, since most Borelix…

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Borelian Verbs: Circumfixes

Circumfixes tell us when an action happened. They are all that is required when combining two pronouns or nouns, or a noun or pronoun and adjective.

Ancient Past

General Past

Near Past

Now

N…

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