Timeforms and modes

The following table lists the basic timeforms found in Folksprak and how they are built in the indicative mode.

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These forms can be combined straightforward to form complex timeforms:

The imperative only exists in the present (with future meaning) for the 2nd person singular and plural. It is formed by using the bare stem of the verb, optionally followed by the personal pronoun (i.e. either or ) in order to specify or emphasize the numerus. Examples: , .

There are two ways to form the subjunctive. One is to use the special modal verb which can be understood as a wrapper for regular verbs. The other possibility is to use the adverbial particle . Both can be applied to the indicative forms, e.g.: ["Ek vör have skrivt."], "eng" => ["I would have written."]])); ?>