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Verb inflexions and their function 167 follow a long vowel of the same or similar quality. Thus weak type 3 trÃºa âbelieveâ, for example, has a 1st pl. present indic. form trÃºm (< *trÃºum)â, deyja âdieâ 3rd pl. past indic. dÃ³ (< *dÃ³u), fÃ¡ âgetâ 1st pl. present indic. fÃ¡m (< *fÃ¡um), sjÃ¡ âseeâ pp. sÃ©nn (< *sÃ©inn) (these last three verbs are highly irregular and their principal parts are listed in 184.108.40.206). (9) As with adjectives, t is lengthened when immediately following long, stressed vowels. Thus the 2nd sg. past indic. of strong type 1 stÃga âstepâ (see (2) above) is stÃ©tt, of bÃºa âprepareâ, âdwellâ (220.127.116.11) bjÃ³tt. (10) Strong verbs whose root ends in -âº or -t suffer changes to these consonants in the 2nd sg. past indic. The âº assimilates to the -t ending (cf. (7) above), e.g. reitt, from strong type 1 rÃâºa ârideâ. Where the root ends in -t, the usual ending is -zt, e.g. bazt, from strong type 3 binda âbindâ (3rd sg. past indic. batt, see (3) above; on root vowel i see 18.104.22.168 point (2)), lÃ©zt, from strong minor type lÃ¡ta âletâ. This latter change affects preterite present vita âknowâ too (2nd sg. present indic. veizt). Some verbs with root final -âº may have the -zt ending as an alternative to -tt, e.g. bazt or batt from strong type 5 biâºja (on root vowel i, see 22.214.171.124 point (5)). Some with root final -t may as an alternative add t in the normal way, e.g. lÃ©tt from lÃ¡ta (see above), or have the same form as the 1st and 3rd sg. past indic., e.g. helt from strong minor type halda âholdâ (see (3) above). Strong verbs with root final -st have zero ending in the 2nd sg. past indic., e.g. laust from strong type 2 ljÃ³sta âstrikeâ. (11) As in the case of nouns and adjectives (126.96.36.199 point (1), 188.8.131.52 point (1)), an -r ending may sometimes be assimilated to an immediately preceding l, n or s, e.g. 3rd sg. present indic. vill (< *vilr), from irregular weak type 1 (3.6.7) vilja âwantâ, skÃnn (< *skÃnr) from strong type 1 skÃna âshineâ, les(s) (< *lesr) from strong type 5 lesa âgatherâ, âreadâ. (12) The 2nd sg. past indic. -t ending of strong verbs is often dropped when the 2nd person pronoun immediately follows, e.g. gekkt ï¬Ãº or gekk ï¬Ãº âyou wentâ, tÃ³kt ï¬Ãº or tÃ³k ï¬Ãº âyou tookâ. (13) The 1st pl. -m ending is often dropped when the 1st person dual or pl. pronoun immediately follows, e.g. tÆkum vit or tÆku vit âwe two takeâ, tÃ³kum vÃ©r or tÃ³ku vÃ©r âwe tookâ. (14) The 2nd pl. -âº ending is often dropped when the 2nd person dual or pl. pronoun in the form ï¬it, ï¬Ã©r immediately follows, e.g. takiâº ï¬it or taki ï¬it âyou two takeâ, tÃ³kuâº ï¬Ã©r or tÃ³ku ï¬Ã©r âyou tookâ.