2018-07-07

Cases and Declension: The Locative


The Locative case marks the terms specifying a place, a point in the timeline, or a subject. Latin uses it for places only, and so it is across many languages.

Place

Da mane ludia da brelogyani perfilaji
→ There are so many people in line at the bakery.

Cuket i batat tiželani položujoh, gil malgujoh kaj.
→ Put the sugar and butter into the bow and mix well.

Time

Denver elni passar 9:20-ni apogioj.
→ The flight to Denver departs at 9:20 a.m.

Sokka gemuno tani he ittersa darah akemi.
→ The restaurant will be open at the time of the soccer match.

Subject

Patrick Ebano Bazeni palestrat soj.
→ Patrick gives lectures on [the topic of] Network Security.

It is quite simple to attach it, just -ni at the end of the term. If it is a noun phrase, the word at the very end should receive it.

Special Using Modes

EnglishOzen
in the time of (...)
at the time of (...)
(...)-no tani
at (clock time)(clock time)-ni
yesterday
today
tomorrow
eren
kjo
ašiten
the place where (...)(...)-no touni
here
over here
over there
ke / keni
se / seni
e / eni

Clock Times

Jusuk and Ozen always use the 24h format, so the times in the p.m. period are shown accordingly:

→ 9:20 p.m. → 21:20
→ 5:30 a.m. → 5:30

Well, it should be enough for now. Bye (:

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