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Verb conjugation 1 – regular verbs 3 + summing it all up

In the previous posts we saw regular verb conjugation in the present tense.

 

Before we continue let’s repeat, what we’ve learned:

 

Endings of verbs that contain back vowels a, á, o, ó, u, ú:

1st singular: -ok             1st plural: -unk
2nd singular: -sz            2nd plural: -tok
3rd singular: —              3rd plural: -nak

Endings of verbs that contain front vowels e, é, i, í:
1st singular: -ek             1st plural: -ünk
2nd singular: -sz            2nd plural: -tek
3rd singular: —             3rd plural: -nek

End the endings of present tense for verbs that also contain rounded front vowels ö, ő, ü, ű:
1st singular: -ök             1st plural: -ünk
2nd singular: -sz            2nd plural: -tök
3rd singular: —             3rd plural: -nek

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Verb conjugation 1 – regular verbs 2

In the previous post we saw regular verb conjugation in the present tense. Before we continue with verbs, let’s repeat a little bit what we learned about regular verbs:

  • infinitives of Hungarian verbs end in -ni;
  • to get the form of the 3rd singular, simply leave out the -ni ending;
  • in order to conjugate your verb in the present tense (get the other forms of the verb) you need to add personal endings to the form of 3rd singular;
  • you need to remember vowel harmony and be very careful with it.

 

In the previous post you saw back vowel verbs. Now let’s see 2 front vowel verbs:

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