Verbs are a class of words used to show the performance of an action (do, throw, run), existence (be), possession (have), or state (know, love) of a subject.   A verb shows what something or someone does. Most statements in speech and writing have a main verb. These verbs are expressed in tenses which place everything in a point in time (present, past, future).

Basic Main Verbs 

likhi  to write                     
sureen  to listen puchhee  to ask safai   to clean  
boli   to speak              to boil chhupai   to cover  
chewy   to say bolaye      to call roui      to cry  
kha   to eat   to carry daree   to fear  
pee   to drink   to change        
diss   to see   to check reh   to stay  
achee  to arrive chabaye    to chew      

Memoni verbs, unlike English verbs, generally appears at the end of the sentence and  they are conjugated (inflected) extensively to reflect not only the subject but  its tense, aspect, mood and voice, gender or number etc.   Note more research may be needed.

an example to verb "to be"  and its equilanat  is, are, was, were etc.

    is /are was /were  will 
I aaun   yan  vo  theeno 
we assan   yun   waa   theena 
you (polite) aaen     yo    wa   theena 
you tu     yien   way  theenay
he ee  aye   wo  theeno 
she ee  aye   we  theeni 
they ou   yin   wa  theenaa 

Example : 

  Present tense (be) am, is are Past tense (be) was, were Future tense (be) will
I aaunn Pakistani yan
I am  Pakistani
aaun Pakistani woy
I was Pakistani
aaun Pakistani theeno
I will
you tu Pakistani yien
you are  Pakistani
tu Pakistani way
you were Pakistani
tu Pakistnai theenay
You aaen Pakistani yo
Yor are Pakistani
aaen Pakistani wa
You were Pakistani
aaen Pakistnai theena
we assan Pakistani yun
We are Pakistani
assan Pakistani why
We are Pakistani
assan Pakistani theena
he ee Pakistani aye
He is Pakistani
ee Pakistani wo
He was Pakistani
ee Pakistani theeno
she ee Pakistani aye
She is Pakistani
ee Pakistani wee
She was Pakistani
ee Paksitani theenay
they ou Pakistani yin
They are Pakistani
ou Pakistnai wa
They were Pakistani
ou Pakistnai theena



Present Simple Tenses  (Model)

normal Subject   +  main verb (inflected agree to subject)
Interrogative Question word (Kuro )  + Subject + main verb (inflected agree to subject)
Negative Subject +




Imperative Simple
Future present
I aaun - likhay to likhyoyei likhnose likhee riyo yan likhi riyo woye likhee riyo hunnoye likhee dinee yaan  
You (p) aaen likho likho ta likhia likhina likhi rio yo likhi rio wa likhi rio hunnai likhee diniya yo  
you tu likh likhai to likhay likhnay likhi rio yein likhi riyo woy likhi riyo hunnai likhi dinay yien  
we assan - likhun taan likhiyan likhnas likhi rio yun   likhi rio hunnai likhi diniya yun  
he ee - likhai to likhiyo likhnos likhi rio aye   likhi riyo ho likhi dini aaye  
she ee - likhai ti likhiya likhni likhi rio yin   likhi riyo hunay    
it ee -                
they ou - likhantan likhiya likhna likhi rio yin   likhi riyo hunaay ou likhi dinee yin  



      to write to eat to leave to speak to arrive to do to know    
I aauN yaN Likheto
Khiyaan-to Halanto bolaN-toye avia-yo karan- toye jaNraN-toi ouNa-toye  
you (p) aaeN yo Likhota Khiyo-ta Halota bolo-ta avia-yo karo-ta jaNron-ta ouNon-ta  
you tu yein Likhai-to
Khiyan-to Halaito bolai-to avia-yo kare-to jaNray-to ouNai-to  
we assaN yoN Likhoon-taN KhiyuN-ta Halunta boluN-taN avia-ya karuN-ta jaNrun-ta ouNun-ta  
he ee eye Likhey-to Khiyan-to Halaito bolai-to avia-yo karey-to jaNray-to ounai-to  
she ee eye Likhai-ti Khaaye-ti Halaitee bolai-ti avee-aye kare-to jaNray-ti ounai-ti  
it ee eye                  
they ou aiyN Likhan-ta
Khain-ta Halunta bolainta aviyaa karun-ta jaNraNta ounanta  

aaun likhiyo, aaen likhiya, tu likhay, assan likhain,

aaun likhnoye, aaen likhna, tu likhnay,

aaun likhee riyo yaan, aaen likhee riya yo,

aaun likhee riyo wo,

aaun likhee riyo hoonoye,