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Asari Grammar--Alphabet--Aa Cc Ee Gg Hh Ii Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Xx Yy Zz á(┴ß ╔Ú ═Ý Ëˇ ┌˙ Ţř)-The initial stress position of a word is on the first syllable, but can be moved by using the acute accent over a vowel, as in Spanish-The plosives [b] and [d] have morphed together with [p] and [t]. á(Samara says that 'Ar[d]at-Yakshi comes from a dead Asari dialect)--Cases--Asari has 4 cases: Nominative, Accusative, Dative, and Genitive. áThese are marked in nouns by prefixesNominative Case: áThis case has no marking, so a bare noun always sigifies that it is the subjectAccusative Case: áThe accusative marking is the prefix [sa-]Dative Case: áThe dative marking is the prefix [ta-]Genitive Case: The genitive case marking is the prefix [la-] on the object being possessed, and [le-] on the noun possessing the object-These prefixes do not apply to proper nouns such as proper names or place names, except for genitive's markers--Verbs---Infinitive Form is [verb]+[m]-Conjugation is prefi