Following the explanation Grytolle wonderfully gave (gij: plural stem +t), do you actually hear/say koomt ge?
GroetjesGrytolle wrote: Gij-forms generally uses a plural stem, which is completely logical, since gij used to be a plural:
kunnen => kun-nen -> kunt
The obvious conclusion, the forms (almost) always end in -t. Also note that they are all made out of plural stems: (zouden, waren, werden, hadden + t)evilbu wrote: "je was"-->"ge waart"
"je zou"-->"ge zoudt"
"je werd"-->"ge werdt"
"je had"--->"ge hadt"