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13 June 2016

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" verbs in -ETTER, -ELLER and -E(xx)ER " Why do you specifically mention ETTER and ELLER when they are alreafy matched by the general E(xx)ER pattern?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Conjugate -eter and -eler verbs in Le Présent - main rule (ll / tt)"


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13 June 2016


Bonjour Joakim ! Given that we pointed out how -ETER and -ELER have a behaviour of their own, we thought appropriate to specify that when doubled, they behave like any other -E(xx)ER, and we mention them directly to avoid any confusion.

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