Albanian is a language spoken by over 8 million people living on the Balkan Peninsula, primarily in Albania, Kosovo, and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
The Albanian verb is inflected in Indicative Present, Imperfect and Aorist, the Optative Present, and the Admirative present and imperfect, as well as the Imperative, and a Participle (indeclinable).
Conjugate a Albanian Verb
The admirative endings are regular across conjugational classes and are similar to forms of the auxiliary kam.)
All other mood/tense/aspect combinations are produced periphrastically using the auxiliary kam (have) and indeclinable particles.
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