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Verbs

Conjugate verbs is simple, even though it seems complex at a glance.
    The basic forms are the active voice ones. The passive is derived from active forms by adding -i / -ri suffix. Reflexives do the same way, using -im / -rim

    Desiderative is derived from the active forms of the Factual branch by adding the suffix -na or, alternatively, using the particle na before the verb.

    Jaymenek item.
    I said [that] to Jayme. ("that" implied by the definite form of verb)

    Fi szeniyom Jaymenek na item.
    I would had said [that] to Jayme if [that day was] monday.

    Euro inbestokar les angaratod.
    You received less [money] from a investment in Euro currency. ("Money" is implied here from definite form)

    Fi dollara inbestokar mol angaratodna.
    You would had received more [money] from an investment if [it was] in dollars.



    Sample Charts

    Here is presented the regular verbs ida "to say" and angarada "to collect".

    Verb ida "to say":

    Factual (Active Voice)
    Indefinite PresentDefinite PresentIndefinite PastDefinite Past
    mi iyu mi iyem mi ityu mi item
    ti iyesz ti iyed ti ityesz ti ited
    on i on iya on iti on itya
    biz iuk biz iyenk biz ituk biz itenk
    tiz izyek tiz iyitek tiz itsyek tiz ititek
    onk iyik onk iyuk onk itik onk ityuk


    Ordenative
    Indefinite PresentDefinite Present
    ti ir ook ti irye ook
    tiz irik ook tiz iryek ook


    Participles
    Active PresentPassive PresentActive PastPassive Past
    intiiburittiibir

    Verb angarada "to collect":

    Factual (Active Voice)
    Indefinite PresentDefinite PresentIndefinite PastDefinite Past
    mi angarayu mi angarayom mi angaratyu mi angaratom
    ti angarayosz ti angarayod ti angaratyosz ti angaratod
    on angara on angaraya on angarati on angaratya
    biz angarauk biz angarayonk biz angaratuk biz angaratonk
    tiz angarazyok tiz angarayotok tiz angaratsyok tiz angaratotok
    onk angarayik onk angarayuk onk angaratik onk angaratyuk


    Ordenative
    Indefinite PresentDefinite Present
    ti angarar ook ti angararya ok
    tiz angararik ook tiz angararyuk ook


    Participles
    Active PresentPassive PresentActive PastPassive Past
    angarantiangaraburangarattiangarabir



    The irregular verb vetida "to exist"

    In truth, this verb has a couple of different stems, one for the present (van) and other for the past (volt), so the tense suffix don't applies. Unlike the regular verbs, van and volt take different personal suffixes. Also, like any intransitive verb, vetida has no definite forms and, thus, no definite suffixes.

    Desiderative must be made by using particle na before this verb and its factual forms.


    Factual (Active Voice)
    Indefinite PresentIndefinite Past
    mi vanu mi voltu
    ti vanosz ti voltosz
    on van on volt
    biz vanuk biz voltuk
    tiz vanyok tiz voltyok
    onk vanok onk voltok


    Ordenative
    Indefinite Present
    ti van ook
    tiz vanok ook


    Participles
    Active PresentPassive PresentActive PastPassive Past
    entivettiburvativettibir

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