Section 1: Basics | Section 2: Plurals | Section 3: Tenses | Section 4: Compounds | Section 5: Morphs
Section 3: Tenses
When using past tense, put the glyph for past tense after the word as in English.
For present tense, when an s is used, the glyph also comes after the word.
Instead of using a glyph for future or conditional tense, you simply use the glyphs for will, shall, can, or may.
You will drive.
The perfect and progressive perfect tenses use auxiliary verbs. Unlike in English, however, the glyphs for those verbs stay the same. Someone familiar with English will know how it reads.
she has eaten
they will have been arbitrarily looking
Section 2: Plurals | Section 4: Compounds