Appendix talk:Proto-Slavic/golsъ

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There is no 1-1 correspondence between accentual and inflectional paradigm. Declension table is something auxiliary and more or less useless trivia in proto-appendices. Lithuanian accent classes are indicated in the headword line and I plan to do the same for Serbo-Croatian one day. This is an essential piece of information such as gender or perfectiveness, and should be indicated in the headword line, together with an inflectional class itself. --Ivan Štambuk (talk) 04:58, 30 July 2013 (UTC)

I thought it made more sense to put the accent class and inflectional class in the place where they are the most relevant, with the inflected forms themselves. Eventually they should probably be listed together in the heading of the table, like: Declension of *golsъ (hard o-stem, accent paradigm C). Is that ok? —CodeCat 11:20, 30 July 2013 (UTC)