Nouns are divided according to gender, number, and case.
Singular Plural Collective
Agent Lazu Lazwar Lazuz
Voluntary Experiencer Lazum Lazur Lazoz
Direct Object Lazwe Lazwer Lazeno
Indirect Object Lazwo Lazwor Lazano
So, you have four cases representing agent, voluntary experiencer, direct object and indirect object.
I suppose that in a canonical transitive clause (like "A hits B"), there is an agent and a direct object. What about intransitive sentences? Is the only participant normally treated as a "voluntary experiencer"
? Or does it differ, from verb to verb, so that some intransitive verbs may take an agent, others a voluntary experiencer, and yet others have their only argument in the direct or indirect object case?
What case(s) is/are used for possessors/genitive constructions? With adpositions?
The possessive/genitive is formed using adpositions.