Please replace "i" at the end of a verb or add the following to the end of a verb:
Present tense, with the ending -as. Mi kantas = I sing. Ili parolas = they speak. Future tense ends in -os. Mi kantos = I will sing. Ŝi kuiros = she will cook. Past tense -is. Mi kantis = I sang. Infinitive mood -i. Kanti = To sing. Conditional mood -us. Se mi kantus = If I would sing. Imperative(telling someone to do something or it can be used like "should" in English) -u. = Kantu! = Sing! Enlitiĝu! = Go to bed!
You can also type in the following to get the different endings: Present tense: (ing) - (as) Past tense: (ed) - (is) Future tense: (will) - (os) Infinitive: (to) - (i) Conditional mood: (would) - us Imperative: (!) - (u) Jussive mood(should): (should) - (u)
There are a few other things I should mention: Plural(more than one eg. dog - dogs, body - bodies) is prefix "j" like hundo - hundoj
Esperanto only has one case and that's The Accusative. The Accusative is where you're doing something to another person or thing(ie. I hit you). this is marked by adding an "n" to the end of a noun and words describing it (Adjectives).
The Esperanto word "ne" works like the English don't, in that it goes before the verb.
DISCLAIMER: This translator is NOT 100% ACCURATE. For ACCURATE translation, I would suggest a human translator. I, personally, use a website called Freelang.net.
All words are courtesy of Lingvo.org
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