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15.105 Some Common Perfect Tense Forms

Although you are not required to memorize the forms listed in section 105, make sure you read through the forms and look at each of them carefully. Can you see the effects of reduplication? Are there perfect active forms that have the distinctive kappa in the stem? Read through the forms, looking at the effects of reduplication and keeping an eye out for kappas. These are the distinctive features that will help you recognize perfect tense verb forms in your reading.

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