Spelling of the verb s'appeler when conjugated in the present

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Spelling of the verb s'appeler when conjugated in the present

Why is the letter "l" of the verb s'appeler doubled in all persons but the first and second plural?

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MaartenC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

The answer to 'why' is « because it (some verbs) do ».

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Spelling of the verb s'appeler when conjugated in the present

Why is the letter "l" of the verb s'appeler doubled in all persons but the first and second plural?

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