The verb can have subjects and objects, and the adjectives may in fact take inverse markers in these cases - markers that go before the case marker - which 'agree' with the role of the nouns with regards to the main verb. So, e.g. 'hunter prey good-com.gen.-direct more-instr.-inverse catch-direct' - 'the better the hunter the more prey he catches'
jalt'ar k'ıvər maba-z-hus dov-jut-rok söly-zAlthough the notion 'the more the merrier' might not have been uttered, it would come out as
hunter prey-plur good-direct-com.gen many-instr catch-direct
dovhos malırık ıh
many-com.gen joy-instr is