www.chichewagrammar.net This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all the verb forms possible with each verb. Rather it is a listing of , I hope, enough of the common variations to show the way variants relate to the basic verb. I am sure that much has been left out. You will notice definite patterns as you watch the verb change from active to passive, intransitive to transitive, concrete to possible, verb to noun, verb to ideophone, etc. I'm sure you will also notice that there is quite a bit of irregularity in how the variation actually affects the meaning of the word; each word really must be learned on its own.
Note that some of the root verbs themselves are no longer in use or are very rare. An asterisk (*) after a word shows that that form is not very common.
Before every verb stem, I put the prefix “ku – ” which makes it infinitive or gerund (to walk or walking) so that you would get used to seeing each verb in a realistic form .