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Verbs are conjugated according to past and non-past, as well as whether the speaker is 1st person inclusive, 1st person exclusive, 2nd person animate, 3rd person animate or 2nd/3rd inanimate.

Nouns are conjugated according to six cases: ergative, absolutive, accusative, dative, locative and instrumental; as well as four numbers: singular, dual, trial and plural.

ti X te Y = X or Y

The clause-final particle kra indicates the future tense (when combined with the non-past).
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