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Post by Joke » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:02 am

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Feanor wrote:Also, verb schommelen, to swing. How come in sentence "Tim schommelt" the е isn't doubled? I mean schommelen - schommeelt.
The stress in the verb schommelen is on the first syllable, making the e (acutally both e's) a mute e. Mute e's are never doubled.


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