Wikipedia 10K Redux by Reagle from Starling archive. Bugs abound!!!
A few facts: The order of words in a sentence is almost free and can be used for stressing and denoting. The PassiveVoice is almost extinct (one can find it in old literary texts). The mark for PluraL is a suffixed -k, eventually preceded by a VoweL when the WorD ends by a ConsonanT The InfinitivE of VerbS is the RadicaL suffixed by -ni ---- As an appetizer, an extract for the verb "to be" in hungarian, lenni. Forms are presented in this order I, Thou, He/She/It, We, You, They IndicativeMode PresentTense: vagyok, vagy, van, vagyunk, vagytok, vannak PastTense: voltam, volt'al, volt, voltunk, voltatok, voltak FutureTense: leszek, leszel, lesz, leszünk, lesztek, lesznek ConditionalMode PresentTense: lennék, lennél, lenne, lennénk, lennétek, lennének ImperativeTense: legyek, légy, legyen, legyünk, legeyetek, legyenek ---- When you say the mark for the plural is "k," are you referring to verbs (as it seems) or nouns too? RoseParks