A. Walker Scott

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Gravgaln Grammar

     Gravgaln has rather complex morphology on its verbs and a rather extensive set of nominal cases. Human languages often seem to take one tack or the other, offering either complex verbal morphology or an extensive case system, but not both. Gravgaln has a mild tendency toward fronting its verbs, but with it's robust case system, various orderings of the sentence constituents (subject, object, verb and oblique arguments) are possible, and occur with reasonable frequency.