SpareSymbol wrote:I've heard the Baltic-Slavic branch of Indo-European languages are the most inflected but I'm looking for a specific language.
Declan wrote:If you want a really irregular language (it's not polysynthetic or even close), look at Old Irish. It's very irregular.
Talib wrote:Some of the languages of the Caucasus are mind-boggling. Tsez has over 120 cases (!).
Talib wrote:Take a look and see if this makes more sense to you than it does to me:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsez_language#Verbs
linguoboy wrote:Talib wrote:Take a look and see if this makes more sense to you than it does to me:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsez_language#Verbs
Complex enough, but not as bad as Georgian. Now if only some of those periphrastic tenses grammaticalised the auxiliary to the point of synthesis and then we'd be within sight of Crazytown!
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