Verbs in Kushan conjugate based on the subject of a sentence, much like in the Germanic and Romance
language families. The infinitive (the form listed in a dictionary) always ends in a
Kushan has three tenses: Past, Present, and Future
Kushan has five moods: indicative (I do), imperative (Do!), subjunctive (I would do),
obligative (I should do), and reputative (I am supposed to do.)
Kushan has two voices: active and passive. To form the passive, use the verb prèma
and put the infinitive after the verb.
Here's a verb chart to show you how to conjugate verbs in Kushan:
Shan/Shano/Tosan Rìt/Shukh Rìtan/Shukhan
-r -kh -kh
PaR -nï -lï -kï
Pr-Present Pa-Past F-Future I-Indicative S-Subjunctive O-Obligative
The Imperative is formed in a special manner.
tos- drop the pronoun and ending
tosan- drop the pronoun, add the ending -t
shan (let's ...)- drop the pronoun, keep the ending -l