Verb Conjugation
Explanation, tables, and some simple examples for highlighting.
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Verbs conjugate by a few factors. The functional, grammatical ones are tense, mood, number, and person. Additionally, there are four different paradigms of verbs based on their starting and ending letter. (C-C, C-V, V-C, V-V). Finally, there's a special set of verbs not covered here known as mas verbs, which are some (but not all) of verbs which follow the CVC pattern, and don't conjugate at all, as well as following a different word order. But more on those later.

First, a few tables.

Indicative
Present
First Paradigm (C-V):

FIRST SECOND THIRD
SINGULAR e-e i-as 'y-uv
PLURAL -et -yl ec-'i
ALL xe-ta ir-ry gu-ve

Second Paradigm:

FIRST SECOND THIRD
SINGULAR e- i-su 'y-gut
PLURAL ty-t av-s ec-'i
ALL xe-ta ir-ry gu-ve



FIRST SECOND THIRD
SINGULAR


PLURAL


ALL