"You and I play."
Translation:Vi kaj mi ludas.
isn't "ludas" the same word for "playful love" in greek? I feel i may get something wrong
Ludas is the verb ludi (to play) conjugated in the present (I play, you play, he plays, etc.). Ludu is the imperative (play!, let's play).
So the "i" ending designates the infinitive, the form that one usually finds in a dictionary.
I have tricks for the verbs I've learned so far: Dormas/Sleep - Similar to dormant . Ludas/Play - Similar to the game Ludo. Kantas/Sing - IDK
Kantas - sing.
- cantor - the person who sings the mass.
- recant - to sing back
- chant - to speak in a sing-song way.