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Present indicative- Intransitive Verb -Strong /I/


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qitiġusIq-
(i) to eat lunch
itqutchIq-
(i) to eat breakfast
nullautchIq-
(i) to eat supper
siqunŋIq-
(i) to close one's eyes
takpIk-
(i) to have keen vision
talIq-
(i) to Eskimo dance in a sitting position
kuvrIq-
(i) to set out a fishnet
umiġġIq-
(i) to make preparations to go whaling
kakkIk-
(i) to blow
iñugIk-
(i) to be a good person; to be nice
qitiġusiqsuŋa
I am eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsuguk
We(d) are eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsugut
We(p) are eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsutin
You are eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsusik
You(d) are eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsusi
You(p) are eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsuq
She/he/it is eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsuk
They(d) are eating lunch.
qitiġusiqsut
They(p) are eating lunch.
itqutchiqsuŋa
I am eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsuguk
We(d) are eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsugut
We(p) are eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsutin
You are eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsusik
You(d) are eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsusi
You(p) are eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsuq
She/he/it is eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsuk
They(d) are eating breakfast.
itqutchiqsut
They(p) are eating breakfast.
nullautchiqsuŋa
I am eating supper.
nullautchiqsuguk
We(d) are eating supper.
nullautchiqsugut
We(p) are eating supper.
nullautchiqsutin
You are eating supper.
nullautchiqsusik
You(d) are eating supper.
nullautchiqsusi
You(p) are eating supper.
nullautchiqsuq
She/he/it is eating supper.
nullautchiqsuk
They(d) are eating supper.
nullautchiqsut
They(p) are eating supper.
siqunŋiqsuŋa
I am closing my eyes.
siqunŋiqsuguk
We(d) are closing our eyes.
siqunŋiqsugut
We(p) are closing our eyes.
siqunŋiqsutin
You are closing your eyes.
siqunŋiqsusik
You(d) are closing your eyes.
siqunŋiqsusi
You(p) are closing your eyes.
siqunŋiqsuq
She/he/it is closing his eyes.
siqunŋiqsuk
They(d) are closing their eyes.
siqunŋiqsut
They(p) are closing their eyes.
takpiksuŋa
I have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksuguk
We(d) have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksugut
We(p) have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksutin
You have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksusik
You(d) have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksusi
You(p) have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksuq
She/he/it has keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksuk
They(d) have keen eyesight or good vision.
takpiksut
They(p) have keen eyesight or good vision.
taliqsuŋa
I am Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsuguk
We(d) are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsugut
We(p) are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsutin
You are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsusik
You(d) are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsusi
You(p) are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsuq
She/he/it is Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsuk
They(d) are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
taliqsut
They(p) are Eskimo dancing in a sitting position
kuvriqsuŋa
I am setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsuguk
We(d) are setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsugut
We(p) are setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsutin
You are setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsusik
You(d) are setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsusi
You(p) are setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsuq
She/he/it is setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsuk
They(d) are setting out a fish net.
kuvriqsut
They(p) are setting out a fish net.
umiġġiqsuŋa
I am making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsuguk
We(d) are making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsugut
We(p) are making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsutin
You are making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsusik
You(d) are making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsusi
You(p) are making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsuq
She/he/it is making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsuk
They(d) are making preparations to go whaling.
umiġġiqsut
They(p) are making preparations to go whaling.
kakkiksuŋa
I am blowing my nose.
kakkiksuguk
We(d) are blowing our noses.
kakkiksugut
We(p) are blowing our noses.
kakkiksutin
You are blowing your nose.
kakkiksusik
You(d) are blowing your noses.
kakkiksusi
You(p) are blowing your noses.
kakkiksuq
She/he/it is blowing his nose.
kakkiksuk
They(d) are blowing their noses.
kakkiksut
They(p) are blowing their noses.
iñugiksuŋa
I am a good person.
iñugiksuguk
We(d) are good people.
iñugiksugut
We(p) are good people.
iñugiksutin
You are a good person.
iñugiksusik
You(d) are good people.
iñugiksusi
You(p) are good people.
iñugiksuq
She/he/it is a good person.
iñugiksuk
They(d) are good people.
iñugiksut
They(p) are good people.