Is not hapendi infinitive? How does "he" get stated?
I recognize "pend" as "like/love", what do "ha" and "i" refer to?
The present negative tense is as follows (the final -a changes into -i :
Sipendi: I don't like
Hupendi: You don't like
Hapendi: He doesn't like
Hatupendi: We don't like
Hampendi: You (pl.) don't like
Hawapendi: They don't like
The infinitive is of course Kupenda.
Ah thank you, that answered my question and more. I was recently confusing person prefixes, and that answer reordered them well!