Auxiliary verbs modify and follow other verbs. Of the two verbs, the auxiliary is the one inflected and marked with the subject proclitic. Verbs inflect for tense and evidentiality.
start to V, start Ving.
Derivation: derived from bana 'foot' and the obsolete particle ye 'out/off'.
go and V. In the non-past, about to V, will V.
V again, V in return, V back.
not V again.
Derived from dusu 'back' and negative -we.
want to V, need to V.
This auxiliary demands a non-volitional subject, since it essentially means 'fail to have'. Derived from ku ‘have’ and the frustrative -je.
V strongly, V with force.
come and V, must V, have to V.
V more, increasingly V.
V less, decreasingly V.
to not come. Derived from no 'come' and the negative -we.