In your lists of verbs that are irregular in the past tense, you have given the passive participles (such as anírnen). You also have what appears to me to be a plural version of the passive participle (anírnin). But,I am having trouble with figuring out how to actually use the passive participles though, because I cannot think of any sort of sentence that would use them. (Grammar problems again). So, could you give me a few example sentences to show how to use the singular and plural versions of the passive participles? Gin hannon.
Singular I mass bastannen = The baked bread (The bread has been baked) I mass mannen = The eaten bread (The bread has been eaten) I orn dostannen = The burnt tree (The tree has been burned) I vess anírnen = The desired woman (The woman has been desired)
Plural In Edhil dengin = The slain Elves (The Elves have been slain). This looks identical to 'The Elves I slew', but that would be Dengin in Edhil. In aes mennin = The eaten meats (The meats have been eaten). This may look identical to 'The meats I ate' but that would be Mennin in aes. In yrn dostannin = The burnt trees (The trees have been burned). I selaib gellin = The grown herbs (The herbs have been grown).
Yip that all looks right. The simplification just exists so you don't end up with Dannannen = I fell and have to tie your tongue in knots. I can see where you're coming from with wondering if it would be Dant = He fell, but no, it's Dannant
(Dant = 'a fall', it's the older version of Lant from Lanthir)