Parts-of-speech & morphosyntax

Part I: Parts-of-speech and morphosyntax

1. Verbal inflectional categories

1.1 Transitivity marking & voice

1.1.1 Voice as inflectional verb classes

1.1.2 Active voice

1.1.3 Middle voice

1.2 Aspect

1.2.1 Perfective

1.2.2 Imperfective

1.2.3 Completive-resultative

1.3 Tense

1.3.1 Past

1.3.2 Non-past

1.3.3 Future

1.4 Mood/modality

1.4.1 Indicative: The unmarked/default mood

1.4.2 Subjunctive: Epistemic modality

1.4.3 Optative: Remote epistemic modality

1.4.4 Imperative: Deontic modality & illocutionary force

1.5 Subject agreement

1.5.1 Person

1.5.2 Number

2. Inflectional morphology of the verb

2.1 Imperfective root

2.2 Perfective root

2.3 –μι verbs

3. Auxiliary verbs

3.1 Types of auxiliaries

3.2 Periphrasis

3.3 Auxiliaries and participles

4. Verbal derivational morphology

4.1 Infinitive

4.2 Participle

4.3 Compounding & similar processes

4.3.1 Compounding

4.3.2 Pre-verb attachment (inflectional directionals? Where do these go?)

4.3.3 Noun incorporation

5. Nominal inflectional categories

5.1 Gender

5.1.1 Gender as noun class

5.1.2 Masculine

5.1.3 Feminine

5.1.4 Neuter

5.1.5 Gender in nouns

5.1.6 Gender agreement

5.2 Number

5.2.1 Singular

5.2.2 Plural

5.2.3 Dual*

6. Inflectional Morphology of the Noun

7. Inflectional Morphology of the Adjective

7.1 Adjective inflection class 1

7.2 Adjective inflection class 2

7.3 Adjective inflection class 3

7.4 Adjective inflection class 4

7.5 Formal relationships among adjective classes

8. Inflectional morphology of quantifiers

9. Other derivational morphology

9.1 Nominalization

9.2 Modifier derivation

10. Referential & deictic system

10.1 Interlocutives

10.1.1 Personal pronouns

10.1.2 Possessive pronouns

10.1.3 Reflexive pronouns

10.2 Non-interlocutives

10.2.1 Definite

10.2.1.1 Substitutive

10.2.1.1.1 Personal

10.2.1.1.2 Demonstrative

10.2.1.1.2.1 Remote

10.2.1.1.2.2 Non-remote

10.2.1.2 Non-substitutive

10.2.2 Non-definite

10.2.2.1 Indefinite

10.2.2.2 Interrogative

10.2.3 Relative

10.2.4 Correlative

11. Prepositions

12. Other lexical classes

12.1 Adverbs

12.2 Negators

12.3 Connectives

12.4 Interjectives