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Verb-irregularities, rule VII (ss,ß)

Rule VII: (ss,ß), (ck,k) - double consonant II


 VII.Abbreviation:(ss, ß), (ck, k) - avoiding double consonants
 
Description: Avoiding double consonants for strong verbs, that end on "ss" or "ck"
 
Example verb: 10.essen
erschrecken
 
Application: - only valid for strong verbs
- the verb primitive ends on "s" or "ck"
- in the Indikativ Präteritum and Konjunktiv II (Präteritum) "ss" becomes "ß"
- in the Indikativ Präteritum and Konjunktiv II (Präteritum) "ck" becomes "k"

  Applies for (weak verbs):
Präsens:-
Präteritum: -
Konj II (Prät): -
Imperativ: -
Partizip: -
 
  Applies for (strong verbs):
Präsens:-
Präteritum: all forms
Konj II (Prät): all forms
Imperativ: -
Partizip: -
 
  Example:
Präteritum: "essen" => "du aßest", not "du assest" - (also see *1)
"erschecken" => "du erschrakst", not "du erschrackst"
 
*1) also see: additional rules for building Swiss German verbs


also see:
Overview - verb-irregularities



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