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conjugation [2020/03/06 15:16]
ob [Verb forms] mor20
conjugation [2020/03/06 15:18]
ob [Tempus (for indicative)] mor20
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   * like in Swedish and Icelandic   * like in Swedish and Icelandic
   * references: [[References#​more20|mor20]]   * references: [[References#​more20|mor20]]
-  * + 
 == Open questions == == Open questions ==
 Should a special infinitive marker be used like the English //to// (//to run//), German //zu//, Norwegian //å//, Swedish //att//, ...? Should a special infinitive marker be used like the English //to// (//to run//), German //zu//, Norwegian //å//, Swedish //att//, ...?
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   * if the root ends with a voiced consonant (i.e. B,V,G), the suffix is pronounced, and perhaps also written, **-de**   * if the root ends with a voiced consonant (i.e. B,V,G), the suffix is pronounced, and perhaps also written, **-de**
   * the perfect tenses are formed using the verb //have// with the passive participle   * the perfect tenses are formed using the verb //have// with the passive participle
 +  * references: [[References#​mor20|mor20]]
  
 == The de-de bounce == == The de-de bounce ==
conjugation.txt · Last modified: 2020/04/26 22:51 by ob