Grammar of Nepali Language

Verbal inflection of the Nepali language

The verbal inflection describe all forms (termination) with which one verb can be found. At its infinitive form, verbs end with -nu and it is in this form that they are found in the dictionary. The different conjugations, whether present, past or future oblige to remove the infinitive stem and replace it by appropriate inflection "terminasion". This allows to distinguish between first, second or third person, between the singular and plural, between past, present and future, between the affirmative and the negative and also between different levels existing in Nepalese honorary . The verbal inflection (or combination) differs depending on the fact that the radical vowel of the verb is now (ending with a vowel as aaunu - next → aau -) or consonantal (ending with a consonant as siknu - Explore → sik -) . The differences in bending between the two types of verbs are minimal at present and more marked at other times. To know more "Learn Nepali language"