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Group IV (e-a-o), Rule IV, Conjugation

Rule IV: Group 4, strong verbs with pattern "e-a-o"


 IV.Abbreviation:e-a-o (#4)
 
Description: "e" for "a/o" substitution for strong verbs, whose verb primitives end on "e" and that are followed by one consonant, where normally this is one of "l", "r", "m", or "n", sometimes also "g" or "k".
 
Example verb: 7.nemen (strong verb)
 
Application: -the verb's verb primitive ends on "e" and is followed by one consonant (l/r/m/n/f/g/k).
-the "e" is replaced by "a", respectively "o", e.g. "wij namen", not "wij neemden".
 

  Applies for (weak verbs):
OTT (Present): -
OVT (Past): -
Imperatief: -
Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle):-
 
  Applies for (strong verbs):
OTT (Present): -
OVT (Past): all forms (a)
Imperatief: -
Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle):always (o), usage of "en", not "d/t"
 
  Example:
OVT (Past):weak: "spelen" => "ik speelde", not "ik spal"
OVT (Past):strong: "nemen" => "ik nam", not "ik neemde"
 
Detection: Coniuno does not detect "e-verbs" automatically as strong verbs. If a verb shall be built strongly according to these rules, then it must be included in the list of strong verbs.


also see:
Overview - Verb irregularities



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