Conjugate Verbs


  • Language: Eurolang
  • Created: 1990
  • Alternate names:
  • Language code: ceul
  • Language family: Conlang
  • Script: Latin script


Philip Hunt designed Eurolang to be the language of the European Union, and he had some aggressive goals for ease of learning (ability to learn in a weekend). Unlike Esperanto, Eurolang has more freely borrowed words from English.

The verb

The root form of a verb is the present tense. The root form is also known as the citation form, because this is the form in which it is found in dictionaries. There are three classes of Eurolang verbs: ones which end in -i, ones which end in -e, and ones which end in any other letter. The last two classes behave identically, except for the present tense.

-i verbs-e verbs0 verbs
Present tense audi
Infinitive audir shovelar findar
Imperative audiu shovelu findu
Past tense audiv shovelav findav
Future tense audira shovelara findara
Conditional tense audiria shovelaria findaria

3.1. The Present tense

The present tense is used for action that takes place in the present, or repetitive or habitual action:

If you want to disambiguate between different usages of the present tense, presentae is used for action taking place in the present, customae for habitual action:

3.2. The Infinitive

The infinitive is used after another verb. In English, the infinitive is often preceded by ``to''. Sometimes Eurolang uses the infinitive where English uses the -ing ending.

3.3. The Imperative

The imperative is used for telling someone what to do.

3.4. The past tense

The past tense is used to describe things that happened in the past.

3.5. The future tense

This describes things that will happen in the future.

3.6. The conditional tense

This describes things that might happen.

3.7. Participles and nouns formed from verbs

-i verbs-e/0 verbs
Present tense audi
Subject participle audienta findanta
Object participle audieda findeda
Subject noun audier finder
Object noun audied finded
Action noun audition findation