The most common verb affixes are given below, together with a number of examples of verbs, verb forms and sentences.
The different verb forms indicate aspect. That is, they indicate whether the action has been started or not, and, if started, whether it has been completed or not. For an overview of the aspects and the rules for indicating them, see Aspects (p. 180).
Not all roots can be combined with any given affix.
The roots and root-affix combinations may have more meanings than the ones given here.