Slovak language, like most Slavic and Latin languages, is an inflected language.
The inflected language means, that the endings of most words change depending on the given combinatiom of:
- the grammatical number (like in English, there is the singular and the plural)
- the grammatical gender (animate masculine, inanimate masculine, feminine and neuter)
- the grammatical case of the particular word in the particular sentenc :Morphological cases:
the nominative case (N)
the genitive case (G)
the dative case (D)
the accusative case (A)
the locative case (L)
the instrumental case (I)
The ending change in nouns adjectives, pronouns and numerals.
For each gender, there are four basic declension paradigms.
The masculine genger : chlap, hrdina, dub, stroj
The feminine genger: žena, ulica, dlaň, kosť
The neuter genger: mesto, srdce, vysvedčenie, dievča
Comparative and superlative
interrogative (and relative) and indefinite pronouns
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