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Irregular verbs
This public article was written by Tharpigan, and last updated on 14 Jul 2018, 23:01.

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Verbs generally follow a somewhat predictable order of conjugation usually in tense, person and number. There are, however, some verbs that remain irregular. Words like beu which is the infinitive of to do, or kau which is the infinitive of to see.

To demonstrate past tense, words have to be conjugated, and these irregular verbs go as follows:

bevua, I/he/she/it did and kavua, I/he/she/it saw.

To demonstrate present tense, these two verbs under a special conjugation. For the first person singular and the third person plural, verbs end in -a, for the second person singular and plural, an -o is placed at the end, for the first person plural a -u is placed at the end, and for the third person singular an -e is placed at the end.

bevaI do
bevoyou do (sing.)
behe/she/it does
bevuwe do
bevoyou do
bevathey do

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