Sentence adverbs

Sentence adverbs - adverbs that somehow belong to/modify the entire sentence - are common in natural languages so presumably they would be present in Eldarin, too. Looking through attested phrases in Eldamo however, I have only found two instances: the Early Qenya ar váro naltur an ómi karmar “*but rather they are to all deeds”, and the well known Sindarin edregol e aníra tírad... "in especial he desires to see..."

Quenya Grammar P45: Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogatives in Quenya were derived from the root √MA (PE17/68, 161-162; PM/357). This root also seems to be the basis for the neuter indefinite pronoun ma “something” (PE22/154). There are various interrogative forms derived from this root, many of which are simply the root with various Quenya noun case suffixes added:

Quenya Grammar P43: Demonstrative Pronouns

Like most languages, Quenya had demonstrative elements that could be used to indicate near (“this”) or far (“that”) objects. There are Late Period documents on demonstratives that remain unpublished, so the analysis in this entry must be considered preliminary and incomplete. Tolkien experimented with a variety of forms for the demonstratives throughout his writings, and his use of demonstratives was not entirely consistent. Nevertheless, some broad themes run throughout his changing conceptions of Quenya.

Elen Hya Andamunda?

sun surface

Si aia raiwe, si engwe ya neme ve kuluina andamundo helma ná naitie emma Anaro “palmeo”. I *palantilla Inouye ya tára to Hawaii akárie i emma ya ná venya minya arwa taite alta *askatiéo. *Sastanen i quetta palme imbe *eques-tehtat, an láse naite palme, *aryaquenta náse yasse Anaro úra *hisse ola *nelka ar potai kénima. I palantillo amalta askátie lári otso, epetai ere i kuluine mottoron alta *yúla-olla ve Texas. I mottor nar yasse i úra hisse orya ana Anaro orwe yondi, ta nanunta ter i ammorne astar.

Quenya Grammar P39: Object Suffixes

As discussed in the section on subject suffixes, ancient Quenya pronominal subjects followed the verb, and eventually became an inflectional element in verb formation. The same is true to a lesser degree of pronominal objects. These likewise could become inflections, and there are two examples of this in The Lord of the Rings: