Verbal Morphology
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All regular verbs have a thematic vowel, either 'a' or 'u'. The thematic vowel is typically the last such vowel in the word. Verbs are conjugated by appending a vowel to their thematic vowel, forming a diphthong, and adding a suffix to the end of the verb. These elements are paired on the reference chart, with the additional vowel before the slash and the suffix after it. An appropriate conjugation of the verb sund is included in parentheses.

Verbs are categorized into three aspects:
- Progressive (Ongoing)
- Imperfective (Incomplete)
- Perfective (Complete)

Verbs are categorized into four moods:
- Indicative (Truth)
- Imperative (Instruction)
- Subjunctive (Belief/Prediction/Intent)
- Optative (Wish/Hope)

Verbs are categorized into three persons:
- First
- Second

Verbs are categorized into three numbers:
- Singular
- Dual
- Plural

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