In Dutch, we have six completely irregular verbs plus five verbs that look like they are completely irregular (while in fact, they are strong verbs).
The verbs above are grouped by their present tense conjugations. On the following pages, we will have a look at each of them.
Five somewhat irregular strong verbs
Strictly speaking, the five gaan, slaan, staan, zien, and doen are only strong verbs, not completely irregular verbs. However, because their infinitives do not end in the usual -en, their present tense conjugations look somewhat different (albeit regular, just like any other strong verb).
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We will start with the two most important verbs: zijn and hebben.