VTA – Conjunct Subjunctive

ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒻ…

1s → 2s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑖᓀ
1s → 2p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑕᑯᒉ
1p → 2s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑖᐦᒉ
1p → 2p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑖᐦᒉ

2s → 1s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔭᓀ
2s → 1p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔮᐦᒉ
2p → 1s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔦᑴ
2p → 1p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔮᐦᒉ

3s → 1s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑌ
3s → 1p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔭᒥᐦᑌ
3s → 2s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔅᑫ
3s → 2p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑖᑴ
3s → 21 ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑕᐦᑴ
3p → 1s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑣᐌᓂᒡ
3p → 1p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔭᒥᐦᑣᐌᓂᒡ
3p → 2s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔅᒀᐌᓂᒡ
3p → 2p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑖᒀᐌᓂᒡ
3p → 21 ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑕᐦᒀᐌᓂᒡ

1s → 3s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᑫ
1s → 3p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᒀᐌᓂᒡ
2s → 3s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᑌ
2s → 3p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᑣᐌᓂᒡ
1p → 3s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᒋᐦᑌ
1p → 3p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᒋᐦᑣᐌᓂᒡ
2p → 3s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒣᑴ
2p → 3p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒣᒀᐌᓂᒡ
21 → 3s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᐦᑴ
21 → 3p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒪᐦᒀᐌᓂᒡ

1s → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒪᑫᓐᐦ
1p → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒪᒋᐦᑌᓐᐦ
2s → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒪᑌᓐᐦ
2p → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒣᑴᓐᐦ
21 → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒪᐦᑴᓐᐦ
3s → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᑌ
3p → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᑣᐌᓂᒡ
3s → 5  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒫᑌ
3p → 5  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒫᑣᐌᓂᒡ

4  → 1  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔨᑌᓐᐦ
4  → 1p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔭᒥᐦᑌᓐᐦ
4  → 2s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᔅᑫᓐᐦ
4  → 2p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑖᐧᑫᓐᐦ
4  → 21 ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑕᐦᐧᑫᓐᐦ
4  → 3s ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑯᑌ
4  → 3p ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑯᑣᐌᓂᒡ
4  → 5  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᔨᑌᓐᐦ
4  → 6  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᒫᔨᑌᓐᐦ

5  → 4  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑯᔨᑌᓐᐦ

Passives
1s  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑲᐎᔮᓀ
2s  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑲᐎᔭᓀ
3s  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᑲᓂᐎᑌ

1p  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑲᐎᔮᐦᒉ
2p  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑲᐎᔦᑴ
21  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒥᑲᐎᔭᐦᑴ
3p  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᑲᓂᐎᑣᐌᓂᒡ

4s  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᑲᓂᐎᔨᑌᓐᐦ
4p  ᑲᓇᐙᐸᒫᑲᓂᐎᔨᑣᐌᓐᐦ

Note: The following suppletive forms are commonly used by non-elderly speakers: …ᑯᔮᐦᒉ for …ᔭᒥᐦᑌ and …ᔭᒥᐦᑣᐌᓂᒡ; …ᑯᔦᑴ for …ᑖᑴ and …ᑖᒀᐌᓂᒡ; …ᑯᔭᐦᑴ for …ᑕᐦᑴ and …ᑕᐦᒀᐌᓂᒡ. For 4th person subjects, some speakers affix a final …ᓐᐦ. Most, however, make no formal distinction between 3rd and 4th person subjects when these suppletive forms are used.

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