|Mansi (alternate name: Vogul) is an Uralic language spoken by approx. 2,700 people in Siberia, between Urals and Ob River. With Khanty it froms the Obugric branch of the Uralic languages; Obugric and Hungarian form the Ugric branch.
Verbs in Mansi distinguish 3 moods (indicative, conditional, imperative). In the indicative mood there are two tenses: present and preterite. Intransitive and transitive verbs agree with their subject in person and number. Definite and indefintie conjugation are distinguished: if there is a definite object, the verb agrees with it in number (sg, pl, du), too.