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Special Verb Categories

Special Verb Categories

 

Ordinary Verb Pairs

(fundamentally dynamic)

Intransitive-Transitive Pair Transitive-Ditransitive Pair
movare (to move)
FORBIDDEN
movyare (+ -y-)
vip­­­
komparare / replacare
vtq
movware (+ -w-)
vtp
komparware .. cwe / replacware .. cwa (+ -w-)
vdq

 

Intransitive-Transitive verb pairs consist of two forms of a single, fundamentally verbal, word. All Intransitive-Transitive verb pairs represent fundamentally dynamic concepts. The actions they describe are inherently distinct in meaning. Therefore it is forbidden to use the base on which the two words are built, e.g. mov- alone without the -y- or -w- endings.

 

Derived Verb Pairs

Adj + Pair Noun + Pair
inflata (inflated)
adj

kristalo (crystal)   noun

inflatyare (+ -y-)
vib
kristalyare (+ -y-)
vib
inflatware (+ -w-)
vtc
kristalware (+ -w-)
vtc

 

Derived Verb Pairs consist of a base word, which is fundamentally either an adjective or a noun, and two modified verbal forms derived from that adjective or noun.

 

Verb Triplets

Action Triplet Relational Triplet
vivare (to live)
vis
egalare (to be equal to)
vts
vivyare (to become alive) (+ -y-)
vib
egalyare (to become equal to) (+ -y-)
vtb
vivware (to cause to become alive) (+ -w-)
vtc
egalware (to cause to be equal to) (+ -w-)
vdc

 

Verb Triplets consist of a verb, usually representing a state or relation, and two modified verbal forms derived from that stative verb. The two modified verbal forms are dynamic and describe an action or process, so that the triplet consists of three verbs: one describing a state or relation and two describing an action or process.

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