Tīmata conjugation

Conjugate tīmata - begin

Attention: in Maori, conjugation is the same for all persons. Therefore, while we only provide the first person form - it is absolutely the same for the other pronouns.

Main forms

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
infinitive
tīmata begin

Present tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
kei te tīmata I begin

Present continuous tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
e tīmata ana I am beginning

Past tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
i tīmata I began

Past perfect tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
kua tīmata I have begun

Future tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
ka tīmata I will begin

Present negative tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
i te tīmata I do not begin

Present continuous negative tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
e tīmata ana I am not beginning

Past negative tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
i tīmata I did not begin

Past perfect negative tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
kia tīmata I have not begun

Future negative tense

Maori FormEnglish TranslationEx.
Au
e tīmata I will not begin

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