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And doubled consonant verbs (with fremman as an example):
 
 
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And one last type, settan/lecgan type 1a verbs:
 
 
 
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And multiple consonant verbs (ending in -c, -sc, -p, -f, with drencan as an example):
 
 
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And multiple consonant verbs (using hyngran as an example):
 
 
 
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Verbs like tƿēogan ''to doubt'' are slightly irregular, since they were originally class 3 verbs, but decline alike, so it's not too difficult to learn them. There are only tƿēogan, fēogan ''to hate'', frēogan ''to love, make free'', smēagan ''to ponder, consider'', and þrēagan ''to reprove, rebuke''. Sometimes these verbs show up as tƿēon, fēon, frēon, smēan, and þrēan.
 
 
 
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*The second and third person singular have the endings -ast and -aþ, without the -i-.
*The imperative is still the second person, minus -st.
*The verbs that act like twēogantƿēogan are remnants of class 3 verbs that became class 2 verbs before the written history of Old English.
 
===Pronouns===
 
 
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===Nouns===
 
 
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=====Variations in Declension=====
 
 
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=====Variations in Declension=====
 
 
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Weak Declension with definite article and possessive pronoun:
 
 
 
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=====Variations in Declension=====
#Adjectives ending in -u change it to -o- before -re, -ra, -ne. The -u changes to -ƿ- before endings beginning with a vowel.
 
 
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