Past and future tense of regular verbs
Forming the past and future tenses of verbs in Gaelic is straightforward on the whole. If you know the root of a verb, then you can form other tenses.
There are variations in the way verbs form the past tense. They can be looked at in the following way:
N.B. There are no verbs beginning with the letter h in Gaelic.
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