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Verbal Inflections

Verbs in Malayalam get inflected based on tense, mood, voice and aspect.

Verbs are inflected for present, past and future tenses.

Perfect, habitual and iterative aspects are very common. Iterative aspect has tense and emphatic variations.

Verbs get inflected with causative and passive voices as well.

A variety of mood forms such as abilitative, imperative, compulsive, promissive, optative, purposive, permissive, precative, irrealis, monitory, conditional, satisfactive exist.

All of these forms are supported by Mlmorph.