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Group VII ([v]-ie-[v]), Rule VII, Conjugation

Rule VII: Group 7, strong verbs with pattern "[v]-ie-[v]"


 VII.Abbreviation:[v]-ie-[v] (#7)
 
Description: Substitution of the strong verb primitive's last vocal for "ie".
 
Example verb: 11.vallen (strong verb)
 
Application: -the verb's verb primitive ends on a vocal "[v]" and is followed by one consonant (or two, identical consonants).
-the vocal is replaced by "ie" in the OVT (Past), e.g. "vallen" => wij vielen", not "wij valden". The Voltooid Deelwoord's (Past Participle) original vocal remains unchanged, e.g. "gevallen".
-Verbs, where the Voltooid Deelwoord's (Past Participle) vocal shall be built with a different vocal, are built according to the rules of other strong verbs, e.g. "werpen, wierp, geworpen".
 

  Applies for (weak verbs):
OTT (Present): -
OVT (Past): -
Imperatief: -
Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle):-
 
  Applies for (strong verbs):
OTT (Present): -
OVT (Past): all forms (ie)
Imperatief: -
Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle):always "[v]", usage of "en", not "d/t"
 
  Example:
OVT (Past):weak: "maken" => "ik maakte", not "ik miek"
OVT (Past):strong: "vallen" => "ik viel", not "ik valde"
 
Detection: Coniuno does not detect these 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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