There are three orders in East Cree, like in other Algonquian languages: Independent, Conjunct and Imperative. Within each order, there are several conjugations (also known as verb paradigms). For convenience, conjugations used across the Cree-Innu language family have each been given a number.
Conjugation numbering for Cree-Innu-Naskapi
The conjugations striked through do not exist for the Northern dialect of East Cree. See the Conjugation Tables.
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