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Category:Icelandic verbs

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Icelandic verbs are listed like this:

biðja (+ accusative) (bið; bað, báðum, beðið)

This means: the verb "biðja" is followed by a word in the accusative case. The first person singular is "bið" (ég bið, I ask), the past tense is bað (ég bað, I asked), the plural past tense is báðum (við báðum) and that the past participle is beðið (ég hef beðið, I have asked)


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