The basic word order is Subject-Object-Verb. No other words may appear between after the verb.
The particle prá is used to separate between subject noun phrase and object noun phrase. The particle is mandatory even if there is no subject.
|Kró prá niuk sik||The puppy eats the meat|
|Kró prá sik||The puppy eats |
|Niuk bhe kró sik||The meat is eaten by the puppy|
|Niuk bhe sik||The meat is eaten|
|Kró min||The puppy sleeps|
|Kró phak||The puppy is black|
The pronouns do not distinguish number by default, reduplications can be used to mark explicit plurality, except in the case of first pronoun where it must be combined with the second or third depending on the clusivity:
|Non-Speaker||nè, nènè||gi, gigi|
- ħuk (someone) from ħúi (to have)
- mak (no one) from mé (to not have).
- kak (each) from ké (all).
There are no demonstrative pronoun, but rather demonstrative modifier that behaves like adjective (This means that it requires nominal classifier to be used as nominal attribute). The demonstrative distinguish two proximities: proximal dé and distal pe.