SYNTAX of ABCL
Syntax has a defined, fixed order (SVO) as below:
(question: “J” as prefix/particle or interrogative words) - subject noun/preposition-(modal).verb.tempus suffix.(negotion_x) - adverb - adjective - (first=accusative)object noun/pronoun - preposition(if necessary) - (adjective, if any) - (second indirect ablative) object noun – (preposition, if neceassary) - (adjective, if any) (third indirect dative/locative) noun. Adjective phrases will be placed before the noun they modify. In case of many object nouns, they keep the sequence accusative, ablative, dative, locative. If a sentnce has many objects it would be advisable to use prepositions. I preferred SVO because the verb, as primary and basic element of an expression should be also placed before the object.
Noun-, adjective-, relative- and adverbial clauses will be placed after the verb/noun/adjective/adverb they modify. Relative clauses follow the noun or noun phrase that they modify. The clauses can be formed by the interrogative words as relative/adjective clauses or as noun clauses as in English. However for the first level, we think one or two (“am” and “um” in ABCL) conjunctive partical would be sufficient for the speaker to express what he wants. Because, the noun or phrase to be modified will be indicated by these modifiers so that from the formation of both parts the meaning will be clear in many cases even without utilizing interrogative modifiers such as when, which, who etc. . For “that, who, whom, what and which” as “subordinating subclauses” “em” can be used collectively instead.
ABCL does not use English “it” as complimentary subject as “it snows” and “it is important”. We say “venre ven.e = snow falls” and “ebo = important (dropping “it is”)”. For the latter case we need for future (it will) and past (it was) however the verb (to be) “bab” as modal i.e. “bab.a” and “bab.o”.