One of these grammatical endings should appear on the end of most words, and defines that words role in a sentence. Other suffixes and prefixes may precede this final identifier. -o noun amo "love" -a adjective ama "loving" -e adverb ame "lovingly" -n direct object of a verb amon "love" -j plural amoj "loves" "j" pronounced "y"/"ee" -jn plural of the direct object amojn "loves" -i verb, infinitive ami "to love" -u verb, imperative amu "love!" -is verb, past tense amis "loved" -as verb, present tense amas "loves" -os verb, future tense amos "will love" -us verb, conditional amus "would love"
As you can see, it is very easy to know what is a verb, adjective, adverb etc and the tenses are very regular and easy as well.
A complete list of pronouns. As in English, the plural "you" is identical to the singular and does not take the plural suffix. Possesives take the adjectival form by adding the -a suffix. mi I vi you li he ŝi she ĝi it ni we ili they oni one ci thou (archaic) si reflexive - refers back to subject ri* he or she (genderless, neoligism)*This form is very seldom every used, I have never used nor seen this form in regular communication.
Numbers follow a consistent pattern, best illustrated by example. nulo zero dek unu eleven unu one dek du twelve du two dek tri thirteen tri three dudek tri twenty three kvar four kvindek ok fifty eight kvin five cent sesdek a hundred and sixty ses six sepcent okdek seven hundred and eighty sep seven dekmiliono ten million ok eight naŭ nine dek tencent hundred mil thousand miliono million miliardo billion (thousand million)Below is a sample of Esperanto with the Tower of Babel text:
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