Are there any languages which inflect the noun for morphosyntactic categories normally reserved for verbs (e.g. tense, aspect, etc.)?
Are the inflectional endings in English known to have evolved from separate words or do they go too far back into PIE to know?
How do linguists distinguish between case endings and postpositions, especially in languages which have both and/or have no traditional grammar?
Are there any languages besides Japanese which are both inflecting/agglutinating and do not indicate word boundaries in writing?
How is the the adjective in a definite noun phrase different from a nondefinite one in Germanic and Balto-Slavic languages?
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