Adjectives (and adverbs, not shown) exist only from putting two words together. Objectivity and subjectivity can be indicated by the order of the modifiers to the modified.
Some cases that I decided to add in.
Having buildings whose heights are measured in thousands of metres can sure be a challenge, and here’s a good measure of how tall buildings can be in Calendia, with some Earth stuff for reference.
Just a quick phonotactics note. Funny that, I actually tried to explain why /zz/ /vv/ and /ðð/ are as such, but as it so turns out, applying sound changes backwards is significantly more difficult than applying it forwards…
Yesterday I talked about the inflections on verbs, but here is a more thorough look into the inflection.
Here ś how all of the inflections work in Âagenzbèe, for the syllables that don’t give too much of a problem. I should mention that gyév is very rarely seen without the accompanying handsign (that is, gyév←→; with ←→ acting as the “interchange” motion).