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Dutch Verbs That End in -n Posted by on Aug 21, 2009 in Dutch Language

There are Dutch verbs that end in -n instead of the usual -en in the infinitive.

A high frequency verb that uses -n in the infinitive ending is doen, which means *to do

ik doe

jij doet

u doet

hij/zij/het doet

wij doen

jullie doen

zij doen

Another verb of this nature is the verb gaan = to go.

ik ga

jij gaat

u gaat

hij/zij/het gaat

wij gaan

jullie gaan

zij gaan

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