A common verb pattern is seen in the verbs runāt “to speak” and studēt “to study” (among others). Family I verbs will have to be memorized as such, as the endings -āt and -ēt are not unique to Family I. In fact, these are not the only infinitive endings employed by Family I verbs.
Conjugation begins by creating the verbal stem on which to build the conjugated form. The verbal stem is formed by removing the infinitive consonant ending -t, leaving the final vowel (e.g. runā-, studē-).
Tagadnē – “In The Present Tense”
To form the present tense, suffix the verbal stem with the endings from the following chart:
|3||stem alone||stem alone
Nākotnē – “In The Future Tense”
To form the future tense, suffix the verbal stem with the endings from the following chart: