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by Catesse (AU), 2011-03-28, 12:39  Spam?  
Contributors who do not receive notifications from the DE-EN Forum may not have noticed that the GL for verb entries have been changed.
8. Word Classes: VERBS
Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. To emphasize intransitivity (verbs that take no object), you can add the "[intrans.]" tag.

The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the...
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