I’m surprised if you always see that distinction at a Albania Email List glance! Also ‘known’, ‘surprised’ and ‘wrong’ are more often not than a verb. Is there a solution? Well, maybe you should apply the school trick with ‘walking’ or ‘smurfing’ here: if you then turn out to have to use the form ‘walk’ or ‘smurft’, it is stam + t, the present tense. In other cases you are dealing with a past Albania Email List participle. Take a look at the ‘smurf rule’ again: 6. Happened/happening Recognizing a verb is more difficult if you don’t have an acting person.
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This happens, among other things, with the frequently Albania Email List occurring ‘happening’, but it is also very often the case with ‘change’ and ‘meaning’, for example. This means that you have to pay extra attention to ‘What changes’, ‘That means’ and ‘It is happening’. ‘It’ is grammatically just a third person too, so stem + t. But a real person – you, he, she, the neighbor – is nowhere to Albania Email List be seen with these verbs. Here too, ‘walking’ or ‘smurfing’ can provide the answer. Does ‘walk’ or ‘smurft’ fit the sentence?
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Then it ‘happens’, ‘changes’, ‘means’. If not, those shapes Albania Email List end with a d. Wrong/in good condition Extra sneaky are shortened sentences in which the subject is missing. So you can see worse that you are dealing with a verb (stem + t). It doesn’t say ‘The table is in good condition’, it says ‘Is in good condition’. And the fact that we see the word ‘wrong’ much more often does Albania Email List not help either. A few more common cases with -dt are ‘to be continued’ and ‘allegedly’ ; so this is about personal forms.