Talk:Germanic verb

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Why has "strong verb" been redirected to this page? Strong and weak verbs exist in English, and redirection to semantic discussion of German does not help in the least!

*woida[edit]

The semantic development of *woida is in this article in two different places, once under strong verbs and once under preterite-presents. It can't be both. As German wissen is clearly preterite-present, I think it should be the latter, but I'd rather this were corrected by someone who is more specialized. --Doric Loon (talk) 20:16, 22 May 2012 (UTC)