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Modification of a verb from its basic form to indicate information on person, number, gender, tense, aspect, mode, voice or other grammatical categories.

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Why does the "passat perifràstic" use "anar" as an auxiliary?

In all other romance languages, to go + infinitive means that the action will happen in a near future, which makes sense intuitively, because metaphorically, we move toward an event which has not ...
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The background reason of the way of conjugation of Romanian verbs (indicative present tense) for -a ending verbs

As I have encountered a lot, some Romanian infinitives ending in -a (-a ending group) stick to the "-ez" suffix for indicative present tense conjugation. I know basically and normally we ...
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Does Uzbek have irregular verbs?

Does Uzbek language have any irregular verbs regarding conjugation? If so could you provide these verbs or a source?
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Origin of "will" in Germanic, wouldn't it be subjunctive?

Small print: This is language specific about English, but tangential to Germanic to a certain degree that is likely out of ELU's scope. . As a follow-up to this Q and several ones like it about the ...
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What is the pi'al form in Hebrew?

I have seen scattered references to a pi'al conjugation, which I understand to be similar to, but distinct from, pi'el. For example, for ק-ד-ש, I have seen קִדַּשׁ and קִדֵּשׁ. My impression is, ...
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