Depending on its verbal (verb and adverb) or nominal (noun and adjective) class, an IEML expression, when included in a junction or sentence, can be modified by one or more inflections.
Inflections of verbs
- E:O:O:. affirmation, negation, citation, interrogation
- E:M:O:. probability, condition, authority, experience
- E:.b.O:O:.- to be, to become, to cause to be, to feel, to appear
- E:.b.O:M:.- to know, to want, to be able, to let know, to commit, to do / to leave
- E:.-O:O:.-t.o.-‘ voice: active, passive, reflexive, reciprocal
- E:F:.-t.o.-‘ aspect: finished, usual, beginning, middle, end
- E:.-‘O:O:.-M:.-‘t.o.-‘, verbal moods: indicative, imperative, optative, deontic, subjunctive, infinitive, gerund, participle, etc.
Inflections of nouns
- E:.O:O:.- number: one, deux, three, many
- E:M:.-d.u.-‘ definite, indefinite, demonstrative
- E:.-n.E:U:.+F:.-‘ genders: immaterial, masculine, feminine, human, living, inanimate
- E:I:.-t.u.-‘ qualitative number: how many, nothing, all, etc.
- E:S:.j.-‘M:O:.-O:.-‘, groupings: one by one, two by two, etc. up to twelve.
- E:.-‘,b.-S:.U:.-‘y.-‘O:.-‘,_ continuous / discontinuous