Conjugation of verbs is very simple. All 'persons' remain in the basic form except the third, which takes this bent bar over the verb.
A bar placed over the noun makes it plural.
Place a forward slash under the verb to form the past tense.
There are two ways to form the future tense. The first one is like English where the word 'will' is placed before the verb.
The second way to form the future is to place a forward slash over the verb.
This triangulated character is attached to the end of the verb.
The one who possesses takes a backward comma under itself. This follows the structure of English.
The woman's / The geyser's
The backwards slash over the verb produces the negative. If the negative is placed above a noun, it is the equivalent of saying no, not, none, etc. Ex: everyone + negative = 'not everyone'.
The chart below shows verb tenses in their short forms. Notice how the verb form 'will-have-written' is one word in Tapissary. You also have the option to write out those words one symbol at a time: 'will + have + write + perfect marker'. Tapissary easily accommodates either system. I prefer the shorter way.
There are 6 forms of the definite article "THE". They help describe the physical attributes of the nouns they describe. For instance, the fluid form of THE will proceed liquids such as 'lake' and 'soup'. The articles are flexible in their usage. An example is using the fluid article before the word air to exaggerate the humidity of the air.
Objects that are pliant, malleable, flexible, such as paper, leaves, leather, living creatures, curtains, etc, use the pliant article. The picutres above read: 'the magazine' and 'the person'.
This article describes the hardness and solidity of objects. Metals, minerals, asteroids, pavement, etc, fit well in this category. The two examples above read: 'the building' and 'the truck'.
Bodies of water, organic fluids, beverages, and even hot flowing lava are fluids that fit into the boundaries of this article. The examples above read: 'the river' and 'the ocean'.
This article takes care of gaseous elements such as steam, ozone, wind, and even breath. Therefore, spoken language which is breathed, uses this form. The lecture would be an example. Another use for the vaporous article is time. Because time exists 'in the air', it takes this article in Tapissary. THE YEAR was good, I'll see you on THE MONDAY that follows, etc...
The examples above read: 'the tornado' and 'the smog'.
Abstractions and ideological matter come under this article. Words such as thought, desire, and meaning are examples.
Most creation in the universe is a combination of qualities. The previously described articles can now mix together in the composite. The examples above read: 'the concert' and 'the pain'. Looking at the concert, we see musicians who are PLIANT, the instruments which are of solid wood and therefore DENSE, and the music which travels through the air and may fit with VAPOROUS. When we are jabbed by a needle or a stinger, our PLIANT skin is punctured by a DENSE object, and we feel the CONCEPTUAL result of it. When such instances arrise, the composite article is used.
Yes, that's my parrot making sounds in the background.