Rhamos Vhailejh wrote:Could you maybe talk a bit about verb conjugation?
In Karažun, there are two types of verbs: those which conjugate and, those which do not conjugate. Of those which conjugate, each verb has a rule unto itself, and thus, the conjugation has to be learnt by heart. For example, the verb "to be":haštam
, am (first-person singular usage)haštur
, are (for all humanoid plural usages)hašti
, is (for all humanoid third-person singular usages)baina
, is/are (for all non-humanoid third-person singular and plural usages)
As the above example presented, the word "baina
" is a verb which does not conjugate whilst the "hašt-
" is a verb of which is conjugated.