Dionian verbs conjugate for tense, respect, and mood. The four tenses are past, perfect, present, and future, although in practice the latter two are far more common. There are no irregular verbs. Adjectives can also be conjugated as verbs.
Usage of Verbs
English is a subject-verb-object language, while Dionian is a subject-object-verb language. Thus, the verb almost always comes at the end of the sentence. Although pronouns can be dropped in Dionian, this isn't terribly common, because Dionian verbs do not make clear the person or number of the subject.
English: I drink water.
Dionian: Na silu qafune. / Silu qafune.
English: You are an idiot.
Dionian: De bekdesh daikha. / Bekdesh daikha.
In a sentence with multiple clauses, all clauses keep the SOV order. If there are multiple verbs in one clause, they should all be at the end. Clauses can be separated by a conjunction, like tu (which is similar to "and"