Add the prefix “Ᏹ-” and the Conditional Future suffix “-ᎢᏐᎢ” to the Ꮯompletive Future form. Be careful of the pronunciation pattern illustrated with the examples.
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)…”.
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.
Related to the previous discussion for “Going To” is the related idea of doing something when doing another thing. There are three main forms which cover “when he goes he does”, “when he went he did”, and “when he goes he will” which will be shown by example.
This is used to refer to the point of time just before an event.
Use the Immediate Future suffix “-ᎢᏕᎾ” and “Set B” pronoun prefixes on the Past Tense form.