Nouns

  • Regular plural and possessive: "-s", "-es".

  • After words ending in sibilants (grooved fricatives): [] : [].

  • For example: [].
  • After words ending in vowels and non-sibilant voiced consonants: [].
    • For example: [], [].
  • After words ending in non-sibilant voiceless consonants: "-s".
    • For example: [].

  • Verbs
    • Regular third person simple present: "-s", "-es" exactly as above.
    • Regular past tense: "-d"," -ed".
    • After words ending in alveolar plosives: [].
      • For example:[].
    • After words ending in vowels and all voiced consonants except "d".
      • For example: [].
    • After words ending in all voiceless consonants except "t".
      • For example:[].
    • Present participle: "-ing": [].
    • Colloquial negative: "-nít".
    • After a vowel: "-nt".
      • For example:[].
    • After an alveolar consonant: "-nt".
      • For example:[]
    • After any other consonant: [].
      • For example:[].

  • Adjectives
    • Regular comparative: "-er": [],[].
    • Regular superlative: "-est": [],[].

  • Colloquial "is" and "has" follow the "-s", "-es" pattern above:
    • Is : []
    • has: []
    • For example:
      • [];
      • [] ;
      • [] .

Literatur:
http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/encap/staff/tench/morphophonology.pdf