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Absolute and conjunct inflections
Basic shapes of the verbal complex
The Future Stem
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a)it alongside as:beir attested augm augmented forms augmented preterite basic active chapter compound verbs conj conjunct particle corresponding delenition deut deuterotonic forms differentiation distinct do:beir e.g. augm early Modern Irish endings examples final consonant formal future Glosses grammar hiatus hypercorrect identical imperfect independent infixed pronouns innovatory Irish orthography Irish verb lenition lexical preverb literary main clauses Middle Irish texts nasalization non-deponent non-palatal non-rel noun object pronouns OIPG Old Irish palatal paradigm pass past subj past subjunctive perfect prefixed pres present indicative pret pretonic preverb preverbal augment prevocalic ro proclitic ro prot prototonic forms reduplicated relative replacement respectively root root-final s-fut s-future s-pret s-preterite s-subj s-subjunctive Scots Gaelic semantic simple verbs spread stressed strong verbs subjunctive suffixed pronoun suffixless preterite suppletive syllable syncope telic tendency tense thou usage variants verbal complex verbal system versus weak verbs whence