Diarenye verbs are conjugated by adding a prefix, which shows the pronoun, and a suffix for the tense. The present tense has no suffix.
The prefixes for ‘I, You, He, She, and It’ are mi, ti, li, i, and le. They are easy to remember, for instance mi is me, ti, li, etc.
The prefix is added to the begining of the verb no matter what, thus miablar is ‘I have’ tiablar, liablar, leablar, and iablar.
Ma sa rolar, temar esar si atlen ya si atlan, ya l’atlen ablar te omaringyas, ya iesar tebendsa. Iesar tebendsa il iablar te sias catelas, ya idiar se leesar mela umna las ceras yate omaringyas.
Much of this will be conjecture on your part, if you don't get it right, don't be dissapointed. Much of this material has not been taught factually. Translate the following:
A queen is happy when a queen has a family. This queen has not a family. This queen is happy? No[te], this queen is unhappy.
A king has a queen. A king is happy without a queen? No, a king is happy with a queen.[A queen -- sium atlanum.]
A king and a queen are happy with children [omaringyum]. The king and the queen are unhappy. The king and queen have not children[Here it is back to omaringyas!].
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Continue with Lesson 7 and get all these changing nouns explained!