This category concerns various aspects of Relformaide's grammar.
Relformaide, the subject of this Referata wiki, is a constructed language inspired by the Romance branch of the Indo-European family, with agglutinative influences throughout. It is a head-final language whose flexibility allows it to emulate various natural ones. Although the default word order is Subject–verb–object (SVO), this structure can be rearranged with a few case-by-case constraints.
Nearly all of its morphemes are sourced à posteriori, mainly from Indo-European languages such as those in the Romance branch (and their ancestor, Latin ); English and its Germanic cousins; and the Slavic and Baltic languages. Some of them are also derived from Uralic , Turkic , Niger-Congo , Austronesian , Cariban , and Arawakan among other families.