Preliminary philological researches into the traditional language of New Borneo have revealed a rich grammar and syntax.
Initial investigation suggests a high complexity of verb forms, covering the following tenses:
A Post-Pupillate is implied but not yet demonstrated.
The following Moods have been identified:
Each Mood is known in four Forms:
The language is inflected. These Cases have been recognised:
It is believed that Laxative and Evocative Cases are also present, although their form has not yet practically been distinguished from the Accumulative.