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Tenses and Aspects
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This public article was written by Backyard Faerie, and last updated on 19 Jun 2018, 21:34.

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Past:
Simple:
Add lï after the verb or to the end of the sentence
Conditional:
See future conditional but also use lï after the verb or at the end of the sentence
Present:
No changes, follow standard sentence structure.
Future:
Simple:
Add hue after the verb or at the end of the sentence
Future Conditional:
Put "mao" before the condition that must be met and "dao" before the event that will occur once the previously established condition has been met, other than that sentences
continue as normal. If this is not possible but conditional is still necessary, use the combined form of mado after the verb.
Aspects:
Imperative:
Can be applied to any tense, add xi before the rest of the sentence
Prohibitive:
Follow imperative rules but make the sentence negative with bà
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