Sobekhotep wrote:I don't know anything about Hungarian. But in Japanese, verbs are not conjugated for person.
Well if they were theoretically, there would be, I think. Can you enlighten us a little as to how Japanese agglutination works?
Well, it's all about the suffixes. Take the verb <書く> (kaku
), which means "to write". There are several inflections:
) formal, nonpast, affirmative
) formal, nonpast, negative
) formal, past, affirmative
) formal, past, negative
) formal, volitional/propositive
) informal, nonpast, negative
) informal, nonpast, affirmative; also known as "dictionary form"; also could be considered infinitive
) informal, volitional/propositive
) used in compound verbs
) informal, past, negative