Here are two suffixes which are attached to the end of the verb which show that the action is happening now. This is called the present tense, and is similar to -ing in English. For example, walking, talking. Some verbs take the rna ending whereas others take the da or nda ending. Make sure to use the correct ending for the verb.
This is what the verbs look like when the -rna present tense suffix is added to the verb:
thityi means dog and yatha means to bark.
wiya means boy and indra means to cry.
This is what the verbs look like when the -nda/-da present tense suffix is added to the verb:
The suffix -rri is added to verbs in order to form command words. Here are two command words: