Indirective past

The indirective past tense is formed by adding to the verb stem the suffix -IB (verb stems ending in a consonant) or -B (verb stems ending in a vowel), plus the pronominal type of personal suffixes.
For the third person, the suffix -DI is added.
In the third person plural, the suffix -LAR may be omitted in spoken Uzbek if the subject is expressed by the personal pronoun.

With the verb kelmoq, 'to come', ending in a consonant:

kelibmanIt looks like I came
kelibsanIt looks like you came
kelibdiIt looks like he/she/it came
kelibmizIt looks like we came
kelibsizIt looks like you came
kelibdilar / kelibdiIt looks like they came

With the verb ishlamoq, 'to work', ending in a vowel:

ishlabmanIt looks like I worked
ishlabsanIt looks like you worked
ishlabdiIt looks like he/she/it worked
ishlabmizIt looks like we worked
ishlabsizIt looks like you worked
ishlabdilar / ishlabdiIt looks like they worked

The negative is formed by adding to the verb stem the suffix -MA, plus the suffix -B and then the personal suffix.

kelmabmanIt looks like I didn't come
kelmabsanIt looks like you didn't come
kelmabdiIt looks like he/she/it didn't come
kelmabmizIt looks like we didn't come
kelmabsizIt looks like you didn't come
kelmabdilar / kelmabdiIt looks like they didn't come