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This public article was written by theotheo, and last updated on 6 Aug 2018, 02:48.

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The active participle is only used right after a noun, as in "running water" or "barking dogs." It’s formed by adding a –q to the end of the infinitive, then the normal adjective case endings:

(is) (ag) (raz) (dòc') (lajanqe).is ag raz dòc' lajanqe. I hear the barking dog.
The passive participle is formed by adding eb to the beginning of the infinitive, then the normal adjective case endings.
(jetten) (in) (trasp) (ras) (scunz) (smet) (cusnang) (ebcutane). jetten in trasp ras scunz smet cusnang ebcutane. he went into the house with a sharpened knife.
A gerund is a verb used as a noun, as in "The Taming of the Shrew" or "the running of the bulls." The gerund in Cazenian is formed by adding a -e to the end of the infinitive. All gerunds are Irrational Collective, and when there’s a plural, it has no added ending or umlaut.
(ger) (ag) (uqanez). ger ag uqanez. I hate learning.
to form a passive gerund, add the passive preffix -eb before the gerund.
(ebucavane) (ebpotral). ebucavane ebpotral. Being slave is horrible.

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