Since I decided to cluster even the subject, agent, patient and the secundative object together onto the verb, this leaves not very much room for adjectives.
I want to include the adjectives within the verbs.
“The car reds” instead of “The car is red” and “The redding car halts.” instead of “The red car halts”. Still, I somehow feel I will have to intensively meddle with participles. In fact, by this definition, my adjectives will in fact be participles as they are derived from verbs. But that’s just another name.
I wonder if there are more interesting distinctions in participles than the usual English and German way: progressive and past participle.
English: to walk – walking – walked
German: gehen – gehend – gegangen
I haven’t done any research yet but when I think about these two distinctions I would identify them with the imperfective and the perfective aspect of verbs. Therefore, I wonder whether it is reasonable to incorporate other aspects or even moods and tenses within the partciple (that means adjective-derival) system.