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Finite verbs have three classes of prefixes: modal prefixes, conjugational prefixes, and pronominal/dimensional prefixes. Conjugational prefixes are thought to confer perhaps venitive/andative, being/action, focus, valency, or voice distinctions on the verb.
Pronominal/dimensional prefixes correspond to noun phrases and their cases.
Sumerian verbs have a tense-aspect complex, contrasting complete and incomplete actions/states.
The two have different conjugations and many have different roots. The prefixes appear to conflate mood, aspect, and polarity; and their meanings are also affected by the tense-aspect complex.
Non-finite verbs include participles and relative clause verbs, both formed through nominalisation.
Finite verbs take prefixes and suffixes, non-finite verbs only take suffixes.