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Each Snarshyim verb has a root called an infinitive. Every infinitive ends with a d (e.g. led means to eat).
Each infinitive can be conjugated into five tenses: present, past, future, conditional, and imperative. The conditional tense is a soft tense meaning could, should, would, or might. The imperative tense is a command tense meaning have to, must, or shall.
The infinitive and each tense has four forms: simple, present participial, past participial, and passive. The best way to describe these is to consider the forms for our sample infinitive. The simple form is to eat. The present participial form is to be eating. The past participial form is to have eaten. The passive form involves the action being done to the subject, undesirable in this case, to be eaten.
Each of the twenty tense and form combinations has a conjugation into the first (I), second (you), and third (he/she/it) person, singular and plural (we, you all, they).
The Snarshyimt, a sensible people, have no irregular verbs. Use the following sample conjugation for led (to eat) to conjugate some other Snarshyim verbs: ped (to drink), david (to love), makstid (to kill), nimskad (to attack), and hibid (to be).
Comprehensive Snarshyim Verb Conjugation