[ED: The language on this page is out of date and wrong. Lodenkur has been reworked since this post.]
This is part two of three of verb conjugation, and it’s fairly similar to the basic form. This is the indefinite form of verbs. There is no direct corollary in English, but the example given here is (as last time) a conjugation of the word “walk.” So long as you remember the base conjugations, this is fairly straightforward.
The conjugations are nearly identical, but the trailing
is dropped, and a
is added. This changes the conjugation to the indefinite form, which simply means “Might walk” in its respective tense. Below are examples of this both written and spoken.
Here’s a link to the first lesson on verb conjugation in case you missed it.
Verb Conjugation Pt. 1
Next time will be the final lesson in conjugation, the negative form!