Authors: michael conrad

Intend to… (Imperfect Future Tense)

2020-03-25 Michael Conrad  1 minute read

To indicate “did will to…” or “did intend to…” use the ending “-ᎡᏐᎢ” on the past tense stem.

Use “Set A” or “Set B” pronouns as the parent verb.

If it will be intended to…

2020-03-25 Michael Conrad  1 minute read

Add the prefix “Ᏹ-” and the Conditional Future suffix “-ᎢᏎᏍᏗ” to the Ꮯompletive Future form. Be careful to follow the same pronunciation pattern as illustrated in “If it should with intent (under the condition of)…”.

If it intended to…

2020-03-25 Michael Conrad  1 minute read

Add the prefix “Ᏹ-” and the Conditional Future suffix “-ᎢᏎᎢ” to the Ꮯompletive Future form. Be careful to follow the same pronunciation pattern as illustrated in “If it should with intent (under the condition of)…”.

If have…

2020-03-25 Michael Conrad  1 minute read

Add the prefix “Ᏹ-” to any of the Completive Past forms.