THE COMPLETE DLAB STUDY GUIDE RULES

Nouns and Adjectives Rules (Subsection 2)
1. All adjectives come after noun
2. Adjective and noun end with the same vowel sound
3. No articles
Adjectives come….. noun
after
Adjective and noun
end in the same vowel sound
Brown coat
coato browno
Possessive Rules (Subsection 3)
1. No articles
2. Possessor come after the possession
3. Possession end with “u” (mute) or “a” (hay)
4. Possessor end with a short ‘I’ sound (cheat)
Possessor & possession
Possessor come after possession
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Possession
ends with “u” (mute) or “a” (hay)
Possessor
ends with “i” (cheat)
Verbs and Subjects/Objects Rules (Subsection 4)
1. All subjects must have an “aa” (hall) in middle of word
2. Objects end with “a” (hay)
3. Verbs end “ya” NEVER “S”
4. No articles
WATCH OUT FOR DOUBLE/SINGLE VOWEL SOUNDS ex. yakicked doora a carraay VS. (doora yakicked carraay)
PAY ATTENTION FOR THE CORRECT SOUND. DON’T ASSUME.
COMPLETE SET OF RULES (Subsection 5)
1. Adjectives after nouns
2. Adjective and noun= same vowel sound
3. NO ARTICLES
4. Possessor after possession
5. Possession = ends with “u” (mute) or “a” (hay)
6. Possessor ends with “i” (cheat)
7. subjects have an “aa” sound in middle
8. Objects ends with a long “a” (hay)
9. verbs “ya” beginning sound; NO “S” AT THE END
George hit Henry’s dog
Geoaarge doga yahit Henryi
NOTE: If the possession is also an object….
….it will end with an “a” sound to follow rules 5 and 8.
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