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Grammatical properties are attributes of words or phrases that are expressed through grammar, particularly use of grammatical markers.

A word may possess a grammatical property but not be marked for that property. For example, most nouns have identical nominative and accusative cases, but they still possess case.

For English, the following properties exist:

For nouns:

For verbs:

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