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  1. I am learning
  2. Future
  3. I can see
  4. I came, I had come
  5. come! (non-finite)
  6. I used to see
  7. he probably came before us (us in-front-from come-will he did)
  8. if he had known, he would have come (know is if-he, will come he did)
  9. Could you help me please? (help-will me-aux-you?)
  10. if I came, if I were to come
  11. ...then I would see
  12. come! (compound)
  13. present subjunctive (literature, mainly)
  14. I would see, I would have seen
  15. Present habitual
  16. Short stem + te/tze + ko as adjective: a tool for opening bottles (bottle plural open-of tool one)
  17. it will probably be true
  18. he wanted to go
  19. I have to go
  20. I would come, I would have come
  21. do it! (compound)
  22. Short stem + te/tze + determiner as complement clause: we have decided to drink wine (wine drinking decide it have we)
  23. I will be
  24. compound imperative
  25. I used to be
  26. I saw, I had seen
  27. past future (or consequence of unfulfilled hypothesis)
  28. past habitual
  29. give! (non-finite)
  30. present potential (possibility or ability)
  31. Near past (usually today)
  32. Perfect + rik/ta/da as stative adverbial: 'knowing this, I did not believe him' (this know-some, not him am I believing)
  33. Short stem + te/tze + ko also complement clause: the teacher told me to go home (teacher the doer house to go-of say it has he)
  34. I have come
  35. I want to learn
  36. come! (synthetic)
  37. Perfect as adjective: 'an open door...the door is open'
  38. Short stem + te/tze + ra as complement of movement verbs: I have come to say this (this saying-to come I am)
  39. Short stem + te/tze + determiner is verbal noun: going to bed late is bad (late go-to-bed-ing bad is)
  40. that I may see
  41. volition (I want...)
  42. Perfect + rik/ta/da as participial predicate: the meat is boiled (meat the boiled-some it is)
  43. I can come
  44. Short stem + te/tze + determiner as complement clause: my friend wants me to learn Basque (my friend the doer I the doer Basque learning want is)
  45. that I may come
  46. simple imperative
  47. Short stem + te/tze + n as complement clause: he started opening the windows (windows opening start he did)
  48. hypothetic (if...)
  49. simple past
  50. ability (I can...alternative to potential)
  51. give me! (synthetic)
  52. if I saw, if I were to see
  53. You have to eat them
  54. ...then I would come
  55. necessity (I have to...)
  56. I will buy them
  57. conditional (consequence)
  58. I have seen
  59. You will be able to come
  60. I sing (regularly)
  61. Perfect + tako/dako as an adjective: the man you saw is blind (you the doer seen man the blind is)
  62. Perfect + ez as dynamic adverbial participle: taking the money, he went (money-the taking, go he was)
  63. Perfect in citation: 'come' means 'etorri' (come word-the-doer etorri say want has)
  64. I can learn
  65. Non-finite imperative
  66. Short stem + te/tze + an meaning on (verb)ing: on seeing you, I remembered (you-done-to seeing at, remembering am I)
  67. remote past (before today)
  68. Short stem + te/tze + determiner is verbal noun: learning Basque will be very helpful to you (Basque learning very help of it will be to you)
  69. Short stem + te/tze + ko as 'in order to': I will buy a book in order to learn Basque (book one will buy it have I Basque (in order to) learn-of)
  70. he said he would come (come-will indirect say did he)
  71. Present simple
  72. progressive (I am...)