Category:Old English class 3 strong verbs
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There are two subclasses: class IIIa consists of verbs with m or n following the vowel, IIIb consists of the remainder. Class IIIb verbs may have various different vowels because of breaking in Old English.
The vowel pattern is:
|Form||Class IIIa||Class IIIb|
|Past singular ind.||-a-||-ea-||-ea-||-ea-||-æ-|
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