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Verbs in Akbiekdi
All verbs on Akbiekdi end with -es.

Verbs conjugate the same for all persons and tenses.  In Akbiekdi the object
always goes agter the verb: 

ges 		to be something

ges mase	I am
ges kase 	you are
ges lase 	he, she, it is
ges masek 	we are
ges kasek 	you are
ges lasek 	they are

The past and future tense are formed by adding temporal words after
the verb, as yesterday, tomorrow, next year, etc..

These are some temporal adverbs used in verbal expressions:

inotamtuin		next year
inogezein		previous year
inokidukein		any year - future
inokiduin		any year - past
simotamtuin		tomorrow (next day)
simogezein		yesterday (previous day)
simokidukein		anyday - future
simokiduin		anyday - past
simokarukein		someday - future
simokaruin		someday - past	
densokidukein		anytime - future
densokiduin		anytime - past
densokarukein		sometime - future
densokaruin		sometime - past
mogein			earlier
pafgein			later

ges inotamtuin mase	(next year) I will be
ges inogezein kase 	(previous year) you were
ges simotamtuin lase 	(tomorrow) he, she, it will be
ges simokarukein masek 	(someday) we will be
ges mogein kasek 	(earlier) you were
ges pafgein lasek 	(later) they will be

New words in this page:

denso			time
ges			to be something
-karu			some...
-kidu			any...
moge			earlier
pafge			later
simo			day

Some verbs in Akbiekdi:

ges			to be something
fes			to be somewhere
veres			to come
fines			to go
kafines			to go away
poses			to stay, to remain
raubes			to return
kures			to run
xires			to walk
hues			to fall
ares			to follow
ploes			to see
vutes			to look at
kises			to look for, to search
edes			to laugh
sipmes			to smile
jenies			to seem, to look like
rakies			to recognize
verbes			to make a mistake
pares			to hope
kanes			to wait for
vukes			to think
vrades			to believe
dekes			to like
fudes			to want
junes			to know someone
lirumes			to know a fact
kvutes			to understand
ailares			to remember
manes			to forget
loles			to permit
gropes			to permit
kuises			to promise
onikes			to learn
munes			to feel like
makes			to feel
dudes			to fear, to be afraid
zeres			to be right
niseres			to be wrong
oiles			to live
xises			to inhabit
alakes			to die
dues			to work
ines			to give
havres			to take
onkes			to show
autes			to start, to begin
deides			to finish
feures			to continue
bes			to help
sames			to hide
babes			to lose
mates			to find
ures			to leave
eikes			to try
kules			to meet
sinses			to put, to place
oukes			to do, to make
oiknes			to be able
ruves			to be called
atnes			to carry
stixes			to stop
nukies			to bring
tisies			to cover
raures			to get, to obtain
ebates			to hold
azites			to become
brures			to break
atves			to hurry
tures			to deliver
bustes			to send
aikines			to belong
vrebes			to accept
zinzes			to refuse
juiknes			to do again
kries			to love