The citation form of any verb (which appears in dictionaries) ends in -ilun. This ending changes depending on the form.
The main verb in a clause is conjugated as follows:
The subjunctive, conditional, and imperative forms use the second form of the word; the indicative uses the first form. The subjunctive pro-drop form is used if the subject pronoun is dropped.
The subjunctive mood is used in clauses (mostly dependent clauses) that the speaker is not asserting as being true, and is used with some other verb, conjunction, or particle, indicating what the speaker is saying (e.g., 'not', 'if', the question particle). The conditional form is used for the result of counterfactual conditionals (similar to "would" in English).
Other forms of the verb are treated as follows [TODO are all these forms used?]:
To form the past tense, -ip- is added before any ending.
The verb lilun (to be) is conjugated as follows:
Infinitive: lilun, lipilun
Participle: linun, celinun, lipinun, celipinun
The tenses of the verb rihilun (to do) with the brown-eyed subject arā may be formed as follows: