i just came up with a very interesting case system. the cases are: causative, agentive, instrumental, benefactive, vocative, conformative, locative, inessive, comitative, privative, superessive, subessive, allative, ablative, introessive, elative, perlative, and circumlative anyone see what's so interesting about it? it doesn't have any case for the direct object of a transitive verb, so this language could have only intransitive verbs! hehehe! isn't that pure evil? ;))) here's a sentence i came up with: filide tumana tasile kake bitane. fly.PAST INSTR.hand.SING ALL.window CAUS.he AGNT.stone "he threw the stone at the window." Robert Wilson [log in to unmask] fanai kabl dala ninl.