This is what to do for all regular verbs in Irish to put them into the Aimsir caite, aimsir láitreach, Aimsir Fháistineach, Módh coinníollach and Gnáth Chaith.
It is divided up into Céad Reimnú and Dara Reimnú verbs.
Céad reimnú verbs have one syllable, eg Rith, or two syllables if there is a fada on the second syllable eg Taispeáin
Dara Reimnú verbs are all the other verbs (except for the 11 irregular verbs which i will deal with in my next post)
In each of these two groups they are divided into Leathan and caol endings.
Leathan (broad) verbs are verbs in which the last vowel is either a, o, or u.
Caol (slender) verbs are verbs in which the last vowel is either i, or e.
If you have any queries about how this is laid out or are unsure of any of it please comment and i will be happy to explain it to you :)
My next post will have the 11 irregular verbs done out in full in the same 5 tenses.