Verbs are grouped into three or four categories based on their final sounds.
- Group 1 consists of verbs ending with the labial consonants p, m and f.
- Group 2 consists of the dental and retroflex consonants, but is split into two series.
- Series 2a contains s, t and n.
- Series 2b contains ś, t́ and ń.
- Group 3 consists of the velar consonants h and k.
The tables below cycle through the consonants in their groups every two seconds. Click on the checkbox by the group's name to pause that group's animation.
In past and future tenses, Group 2 is no longer split into two series. However, the final l in plural endings changes to ĺ when preceded by a 2a consonant.
Infinitive, Gerund and Participles
When transforming a verb into a noun or adjective, the verb takes a participle suffix.