Negative Verb Conjugation: Future Tense

INTRODUCTION Negative Future Tense is one of the three negative tenses in Nepali, used to denote or express actions that will not occur in the future. It can also be used to denote a state that currently will not exist. In Nepali, the negative future tense is called अकरण भविष्यत् काल (akaraṇ bhaviṣyat kāl). For example, … Read more

Negative Verb Conjugation: Present Tense

INTRODUCTION Negative Present tense is one of the three negative tenses in Nepali, used to denote or express actions that is not currently going on or is not performed in a habitual basis. It can also be used to denote a state that currently does not exist or generally doesn’t exist. In Nepali, the negative present … Read more

Verb Conjugation: Irrealis Mood

REDACTED-do not read Note | Lesson is being updated (20/03/24). The steps for conjugating are a bit more complex, and I am finding it hard to formulate steps that work for every case, as the conjugations are behaving rather unrulily with certain subjects. Thus, the entire lesson has been redacted for now. If you still … Read more

Verb Conjugation: Past Tense

INTRODUCTION Past tense is one of the three tenses in Nepali, used to denote or express actions that happened or occurred in the past. It can also be used to denote a state that existed. Nepali also uses this tense to describe a past habitual action, and to express one’s unawareness of a scenario. In Nepali, … Read more

Verb Conjugation: Hunu

INTRODUCTION To be or not to be, that is the lesson: whether it is nobler in the mind to decipher an important verb in Nepali, or skip it altogether. While I am no Shakespeare, the verb we are about to discuss is of utmost importance, because it helps us define or describe an entity’s properties. … Read more

Negative Verb Conjugation: Introduction

INTRODUCTION There are several moments when you want to express a thing negatively. Is your latte not as good as expected? Perhaps, you are not hungry? Maybe, you don’t want to go to that restaurant today. Of course, you can always say “Well, this latte is really bad” but maybe, you want to conjugate the verb itself to denote the state. What … Read more