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  • Section - Grammatical Case, Tense Breakdown, and Typecasting - unindexed

    To decide which number is the number of grammatical cases: (- 5 -). [ This is provided in case someone needs to change the number of supported cases, esp. for languages other than English. Re-define this phrase in your source and re-write the table of pronouns, and then the [we], [our], etc. say-phrases should automatically compensate. ]
    To decide which [grammatical case] number is the subjective [nominative] case: (- (-4) -).
    To decide which [grammatical case] number is the objective [accusative/dative] case: (- (-3) -).
    To decide which [grammatical case] number is the possessive pronoun [independent genitive] case: (- (-2) -).
    To decide which [grammatical case] number is the reflexive case: (- (-1) -).
    [ and an extra bit for the adjective form]
    To decide which [grammatical case] number is the possessive [genitive determiner] case: (- (0) -).

    The built-in S-substitution's decision is a truth state that varies. The built-in S-substitution's decision variable translates into I6 as "say__n".

    To decide which conjugation is the zero conjugation: (- 0 -).
    To decide which conjugation is (x - a conjugation) + (y - a conjugation): (- ({x} + {y}) -).
    To decide which conjugation is (x - a conjugation) - (y - a conjugation): (- ({x} - {y}) -).
    To decide what number is (iv - an irregular verb) as a number: (- {iv} -).
    To decide what number is (d - a declension) as a number: (- {d} -).