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Past relative participle, meh-dti. (dual, Kui Grammak. 26 Paradigm of the Third Conjugation. Root, Ad, to cut. AFFIRMATIVE FORM. Conjugation. 27 NEGATIVE FORM. INDICATIVE MOOD. FUTURE TENSE. Singular. Plural. dnu ko-hiu 1st Person, dmu kb-dmu kd-asst() 2nd „ 3rd „ Fern. , (dual, dju . Inn ko-di tru ko-eru. e-dnju ko-enju e-dru ko-eru. e-ri ko-e e-ivi kb-u. PAST TENSE. Singular. Plural. 1st Person, dnu ko-dtif or -atenu dmu kb-dtdmu 2nd Inu kb-dti Iru kb-dteru. ko-dtassu). 3rd „ ,, Fern. , e-anju ko-dtenju e-dru kb-dteru.
Iru meh-eru. nieh-di e-anju meh-enju e-ri meh-e e-dru me/i-eriu meh-u. e-ivi PAST TENSE. Singular. Plural. 1st Person, anu meh-dte or -dtenu dmu 2nd „ Inu meh-dti Iru meh-ateru. 3rd „ e-anju 'meh-dtenju e-dru meh-dter'i, meh-dtdmu dju meh-dtassu), Fern. Masc, & neut.. e-ri meh-dte e-wi meh-dtu. IMPERATIVE MOOD. 2nd Person, meh-d Indefinite relative participle, meh-aiu^ meh-dm. Past relative participle, meh-dti. (dual, Kui Grammak. 26 Paradigm of the Third Conjugation. Root, Ad, to cut. AFFIRMATIVE FORM.
Dute, Kui Grammar. 38 I continued doing ; dnu gya dute, I bad continued doing ; duu gipki dupi tnat, I continue doing. The precatine mood' infinitive of any verb formed by adding the following is Plural. Singular. Ist Person, kdnu. kdmu. k&du, 2nd „ kadi. 3rd „ kanju. kdru. kdri. kiwi. Fern. , Thus, dnu giivd-kdnu, pray, let me do, corresponding to the Latin, uiinam faciam. The following tion of doing affixes added what the root to the root signifies : of any verb express an inten- Conditional Sentences.