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Georgian alphabet and characters
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Georgian is written in its own writing system, the Georgian script. There is no lower or upper case.
Georgian grammar rules
Like other Turkic languages Georgian is agglutinative, e.g. grammatical forms are created by adding various suffixes to fixed stems. This may occasionally result in long words, which correspond to phrases and even whole sentences in European languages. Georgian uses postpositions rather than prepositions to mark grammatical relations.
Nouns have plural and singular forms. There is no grammatical gender. There are seven cases: nominative, ergative, accusative, dative, genitive, instrumental, adverbial, and vocative. There are no articles.
Georgian formatting rules
|First day of the week||Monday|
|Working days||Monday to Friday|
|Short date format||dd.MM.yyyy|
|Long date format||yyyy წლის d MMMM, dddd where ‘წლის’ means ‘year‘ in Georgian. It should follow the year number after a space.|
|e.g. 2016 წლის 17 მარტი, ოთხშაბათი|
Georgian capitalisation usage
This section does not apply to Georgian.
Solutions for Georgian
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