Hello, dear blog readers! On our website already written articles that touch on the subject vremenu Kazakh language, the long-past tense, the simple past tense and the complex form of the present continuous tense. But in this post you will find a description with examples of the future indefinite tense of the Kazakh language. The future indefinite tense is formed by adding endings –ar/-er/-r to the verb root, then then personal endings –myn/-min, -syń/-siń, -syz/-siz, -myz/-miz, -syńdar/-sińder, -syzdar/-sizder are added. In the negative form of the he future indefinite tense, instead of the endings –ar/-er/-r, the endings –mas/-mes, -bas/-bes, -pas/-pes are added.
|Men qaıtarmyn – I might be going back||Biz kelermiz – We may come|
|Sen jasarsyń – You might do it||Sender tańdanarsyńdar – You might be surprised|
|Siz jazda júzersiz – You may be swimming in the summer||Sizder olardy jeńersizder – You will probably defeat them|
|Ol hat jazar – He might write a letter||Olar bárin buzar – They might spoil everything|
|Men qaıtpaspyn – I probably won’t be back||Biz kelmespiz – We probably won’t come|
|Sen jasamassyń – You probably won’t do it.||Sender tańdanbassyńdar – You probably won’t be surprised|
|Siz jazda júzbessiz – You probably won’t be swimming in the summer||Sizder olardy jeńbessizder – You probably won’t beat them|
|Ol hat jazbas – He probably won’t write a letter||Olar bárin buzbas – They probably won’t spoil everything|
qaıtý – to return, kelý – to come, jasaý – to make, tańdaný – to wonder, buzý – to spoil
jaz – summer, hat – a letter
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