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Lesson #2: Verbs, Modals, and Auxillaries
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Learn the basics of verbs, modals, and how auxiliary verbs modify verbs.
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Welcome to Lesson 2 of Grenzdem (formerly Bjuden) Grammar! Today's lesson discusses verbs and how they function in a sentence.
Käpter 1: Verb Conjugation
Verb conjugation follows a pattern similar to that of German, in that it bases verb conjugation on nouns and pronouns. Verb conjugation is based on the following pronouns and carry the following endings:
Isch- -e
Din- -scht
Ar, Si, Et- -t
Sen- -en
Wer- -en
The verbs carry the ending of the pronoun or noun they are modifying. If a specific noun is used, use the -t ending for the verb.
Käpter 2: Modals
Modals do not have different endings than typical verbs. But the word order changes when a modal is used. When a modal is used, it is combined with the base verb stem and is conjugated. For example:
Isch sölgähe. which means I should go. In this example, the modal auxiliary söl is combined with the verb gäh to form a single Modal Auxiliary Veb, which means should go.
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