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1)The following infinitive and past participle verb forms found in Dutch.

Root Infinitive past participle"
Wandel wandelen, gewandeld, "walk"
2)Consider the following nouns in Zulu and proceed to look for the recurring forms.

Umfazi woman “married: abafazi “married women”:

3)Consider these Swedish noun forms:

En lampa “a lamp” en bil “a car”

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