The Verb "To Be"
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An annoying verb that doesn't follow the rules
This public article was written by YɔhLlɔmɔ, and last updated on 26 Mar 2017, 09:16.
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6. Le Çarna
13. Survival Phrases
15. The Verb "To Be"
Akeyetja, today we will be learning how to conjugate the verb "to be" in present tense in Mesyar, the verb "to be" is irregular, which means that it doesn't follow the rules that I explained in earlier lessons. By the end of this lesson you should be able to conjugate the verb "to be" into present tense and use it to create sentences that are grammatically correct. The verb "to be" unconjugated is "kalube."
[top]Verb "To Be/Kalube" Present Tense Conjugation
Grammar Table - Verbs Present Tense - To Be
Now I will teach you some adjectives for you to use with the verb "kalube," this adjectives will be emotions, such as happy, sad, angry or excited.
Bautolo - Afraid
Ekoto - Lucky
Fifimo - Bored
Huluomo - Sad
Wopio - Happy
Gao - Angry
Uråho - Excited
Note: Just to refresh your mind, the plural of a person, visible adjective is adding "n"
Now that you know some words and adjectives from previous lessons and articles, I will put some exercices to put your knowledge of Mesyar to test.
I am sad
We are angry
They are happy
You are excited
I hope you liked this lesson. Now you can conjugate the verb "kalube" in present tense and make some sentences in Mesyar , next lesson I will teach you about the grammatical rule of adding "li" and some new vocabulary. You should start to become familiar with some verbs from Mesyar .
See you in the next lesson, kelesarlo.