How is the Swedish sunjunctive formed?
They don't teach is in Finnish schools.
Apparently with -e?
I suppose you can say that the rule for weak verbs is usually for the present to take the infinitive root and for the past tense to be the same as in the indicative. For strong verbs, the past tense takes the supine root and replaces the suffix with -e
So the subjunctive present of weak verbs such as hoppa
in analogy with their infinitives. These have the same subjunctive past as the indicative past.
However, the subjunctive past of a strong verb such as finna
, in analogy with the supine funnit
). The present subjunctive is just finne
, though, with the infinitive root, just like for the weak verbs.
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