Ted's Question

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Ted's Question

I'm also looking forward to an answer to Ted's question below. In addition, the lesson contains the heading 

VERBS IN -EXER, -ETER AND -ELER (È) :

  If in Exer the x stands for any other letter, that would include eler and eter, so why does the heading expressly state them?

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Ted's Question

I'm also looking forward to an answer to Ted's question below. In addition, the lesson contains the heading 

VERBS IN -EXER, -ETER AND -ELER (È) :

  If in Exer the x stands for any other letter, that would include eler and eter, so why does the heading expressly state them?

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