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Conjugating Verbs

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Verb Root

Condition

Result

Conjugating Verbs

bhris

Example: briseannsé – he breaks

Becomes: bhrissé – he broke

Take the root verbsbris – to break

mol – to praise

The final vowel in bris is iie a slender vowel

To form the present tense add (e)annto the

root.

Thus we get briseann

The final vowel in mol is oie a broad vowel

Thus we get molann