The Slovak verbs express a process, action or a condition of people, animals, things, etc. Let's have a look at the overview of this lesson!
You will get to know when to use the present tense, what are the verb models and how to conjugate them and also how to conjugate the irregular verb to be - byť.
Here are some examples of present tense used in the sentence:
You will learn when to use the past tense, how to create the verbs in past tense and how to conjugate them and also how to conjugate the irregular verb to be - byť in the past tense.
Here are some examples of past tense used in the sentence:
We will teach you when to use the future tense, how to create the perfective and imperfective verbs in future tense and how to conjugate them. You will learn how to conjugate the irregular verb to be - byť and to go - ísť in the future tense.
Here are some examples of future tense used in the sentence:
In Slovak language, many verbs have two forms: perfective and imperfective. You will learn what is the difference between them, when to use them and we will provide you the list of the most used ones.
Here are some examples of perfective and imperfective verbs used in the sentence:
Slovak modal vebs express the will and the desire to do something. Those are: chcieť, môcť, musieť, vedieť, mať, smieť. In this lesson we will show you how to conjugate all of them.
Here are some examples of modal verbs used in the sentence:
In this lesson we will teach you when to use the Slovak imperative and how to create it. Moreover, we will show you how to make imperative from the irregular verb to be- byť.
Here are some examples of the imperative used in the sentence:
In this lesson we will explain the difference between the active and passive participle and we will review the basic rules about creation of these participles.
Here are some examples of the active and passive participle used in the sentence:
We will introduce you 2 forms of conditional mode in Slovak language. The one in present tense and past tense. You will learn how to create it and when to use it.
Here are some examples of the present and past conditional used in the sentence:
We will show you how to make the negation on Slovak language. This applies to every tense and form of the verb.
You only need to prefix ne- at the beginning of the words. Here are some examples:
And here are some examples in the sentences, where "behať" means run:
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