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As you might already know, a regular or normal verb is not identified by how it looks, but how it behaves. So, how does a normal verb behave?

1. It does not conjugate. The verb stays the same in all the tenses.
2. It is not separable. It stays the same in all the tenses.
3. In the past tense, the GE- prefixed is added to the verb if it does not already have a prefix. That's it.

Root Verbs perfectly do this.

Examples: Present > Future > Past

Andy sit op die stoel.
   > Andy sal op die stoel sit.
      > Andy het op die stoel gesit.

Andy slaap op die bed.
   > Andy sal op die bed slaap.
      > Andy het op die bed geslaap.

What now?

• Master the first verb lists in the vocabulary section Vocabulary>Grammar Related>Verbs>Regular1 -- Click here.
• If you can, also study the additional verb lists in the vocabulary section Vocabulary>Grammar Related>Verbs>Regular2 -- Click here. Non-regular verbs are flagged.

• Do OEFENING 1 - Listen and respond.
• Do OEFENING 2 - Write out the past and future.