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All the verbs in -eren do this; it seems to be the dominant conjugation.

Past: -te; past participlePast Participle: -t

Typically the stems of these verbs end in a long vowel followed by a consonant:

arrangerte 'arranged', avtalte 'agreeagreed', bakte 'baked', bedalte 'paypaid', blekte 'bleachbleached', brukte 'useused', delte 'shareshared', drepte 'killkilled', fullførte 'completecompleted', føltes 'feel felt (impersonal), gratulerte, hørte 'heard', inviterte 'invited', kjøpte 'bought', kjørte 'drove', lekte 'play played (with toys)', leste 'read', leverte 'hand in', likte (seg) 'like (it somewhere), enjoy oneself', mente 'be of the opinion', møtte, overførte 'transfer', presenterte, registrerte, reiste 'travelled', ringte 'rang', ropte 'shoutshouted', rørte 'movemoved, stirstirred', serverte 'served', skålte 'toasttoasted', smakte 'tastetasted', smilte 'smiled', solte (seg) 'sun (oneself)', sparte 'save', spiste, studerte, underviste ' instruct', utlyste 'advertise', viste 'show'

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