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- -ag is the infinitive, like to ___ in English
- -as is the present tense
- Sentences are Subject-Verb-Object
- Write ab "ab" before the direct object
- Here is an example
- ab goes before taz lErde, because "the book" receives the actions, that is, it is being read.
- ank goes before the indirect object.
- sEru is the indirect object because the action is "to" or "for" it
- To negate, place naz before the verb