Nota gramatical acerca del presente y pretérito transitivos

Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos. RIEV, 3, 1

Campión Jaime-Bon, Arturo

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This article compares the inflexions of the present and past indicative, of which there are two types. The present has the pre-set "d", and it expresses the subject in suffixed form, using the "t" for the first person singular. The past does not have a pre-set "d", it normally expresses the subject in the form of a prefix and uses "ni" to indicate the first person of the singular in most cases. The author considers that the most primitive standard is that followed by the present
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