I always get a bit confused when parsing Latin words ... is there any conventional order in English in which you mention the features of a word? German has KNG for nouns (Kasus, Numerus, Genus), so if you parsed a word like pectoris, you would say "Genitiv Singular Neutrum" in German. In English, it sometimes feel more natural to me to say "singular genitive" ... but I'm not sure if it still does if you want to add all three features. Does English have any order there? With verbs, I'm not even sure myself as far as German is concerned. Let's say ferebamus. I would probably say "1. Person Plural Imperfekt Indikativ Aktiv" ... so person, number, tense, mood, voice ... although only the first two items seem kind of conventional while it feels like you can juggle around with the remaining ones in any random order. How does English do it?