It's probably just a mistake; report the issue if you run into this sentence again.
Why do some of these verbs conjugate the differently? E.g.
- Vaaedas (nominative singular) - Vaaedis (nominative plural)
- Nages (nominative singular) - Nagesi ((nominative plural)
- Eedrus (nominative singular) - Eedris (nominative plural) (Not sure if this is correct yet though - if doesn't end in -is, why is it different?
Liiris (nominative singular) - Liirisi ((nominative plural)
Why do verbs conjugate differently? Thanks.
I suspect it's because they have different last vowels, but that's only a guess from my experience with Latin & French.
Im new at this but. I think this may be because of the use of plural. The same way we do in abra - abri.