Template:lb-conj-regular

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The following documentation is located at Template:lb-conj-regular/documentation. [edit]
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Usage[edit]

The template takes up to eight parameters, five of which are optional: {{lb-conj-regular|present stem|participle|auxiliary verb|s (optional)|t (optional)|prefix= (optional)|pref-cons=1 (optional)}}

  1. The first parameter is the present stem, i.e. the infinitive without the -en ending. For example, for akeren, type aker
  2. The second parameter is the participle of the verb. For example, for akeren this would be geakert
  3. The third parameter is the auxiliary verb; this is usually hunn but is sometimes sinn
  4. The fourth parameter should be used when the verb stem ends with an -s or -z. If the parameter is equal to s the template will omit the -s ending from the second person singular form.
  5. The fifth parameter should be used when the verb stem ends with a -t. If the parameter is equal to t the template will omit the -t ending from the third person singular, second person plural and plural imperative forms.
  6. The parameter prefix= should be used if the verb has a separable prefix. If the prefix begins with a, d, e, h, i, n, o, t, u, z, also use the parameter pref-cons=1. If the prefix is a- or u-, also use the parameter pref-n=1.

Example[edit]

Without no-n

For the regular verb zelebréieren (to celebrate), the code {{lb-conj-regular|zelebréier|zelebréiert|hunn|root-n=1}} produces this table:

With no-n

For the regular verb grillen (to grill), the code {{lb-conj-regular|grill|gegrillt|hunn|part-n=1}} would produce the following table:

With prefix

For the regular prefixed verb ausbotzen (to clean out), the code {{lb-conj-regular|botz|gebotzt|hunn|s|prefix=aus}} gives: