This paper presents the first version of an automated French-Quechua conjugation system of verbs. Using the key structure of Quechua Undefined Tense conjugation and the transformations induced by Interposed suffix IPS sets, I built a complete system of paradigms. I used NooJ linguistic platform to formalize the morpho-syntactic grammar and this serves to automatically obtain the entire set of conjugated forms of transitive, intransitive and impersonal verbs in all tenses, moods, aspects and voices.


Quechua NooJ Automated conjugator French-Quechua conjugator Undefined tense Simple verbs Derived verbs LVF and LVQ dictionaries 


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  1. 1.UFC Université de Franche-ComtéBesançonFrance

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