Thursday, May 5, 2016

Mot'ish Mot'ith: Verbs, Part 1

Last time, we covered verb conjugation, or how to adjust a verb to a subject and a tense. Every verb that follows can be conjugated by the rules from Table 1.1.

The verbs in this list were provided by the LinguaSorb 100 Most Common English Verbs.


English
Verb Family
Mot'ish Root
appearactgo
playactgo
seemactgo
bebebeun
becomebebeun
livebebeun
developchangebiar
choosechooseches
decidechooseches
continuecontinuejoom
buildcreatenov
createcreatenov
makecreatenov
breakcutkyt
cutcutkyt
losedecreasedens
returndecreasedens
spenddecreasedens
leaddrivemob/sik1
Table 3.1
Footnotes:
  1. Mot'ish Mot'ith differentiates between driving a vehicle with a motor powered by chemical and/or electrical components and one that is powered by the drivers and/or passengers. Use mob for "motored" and sik for "unmotored,"
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