Luxembourgish verb conjugation

Luxembourgish is a West Germanic language that is spoken mainly in Luxembourg. About 390,000 people speak Luxembourgish worldwide. The verbs are conjugated inspect 3 moods: indicative, conjunctive, and imperative. The verbs are conjugated in 2 numbers (singular and plural), and three persons. All forms except indicative present and imperative are formed with auxiliary verbs. Some verbs, however, have a synthetic indicative preterite and simple conjunctive (see list below).

Conjugate a Luxembourgish Verb

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!
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Additional information

Verb prefixes change the meaning of the base verb. There are both separable and unseparable prefixes.

Separable Prefixes

an, aus, bäi, bevir, blo, blouss, breet, brooch, derbäi, derduerch, derfir, dergéint, dernieft, derniewent, dertëschent, dervun, derzou, dicht, do, doheem, dohin, dout, dran, drënner, drop, drun, duer, duerch, un, ëm, ënner, entgéint, eran, eraus, erbäi, erduerch, erëm, eriwwer, erof, erop, erun, ervir, ewech, fest, fort, hannescht, hier, hin, iwwer, kennen, mat, no, of, op, vir, zeréck, zou

Unseparable Prefixes

be, ge, ver, a, de, des, dis, er, ëm, ënner, ent, hanner, iwwer, re, konter, trans, aus, on, zer

Verbs with Synthetic Preterite

The following verbs and their compunds have a synthetic Preterite: bleiwen, blosen, bréngen, däerfen, denken, dierfen, doen, droen, duerfen, fänken, falen, froen, gesinn, ginn, goen, hänken, halen, heeschen, hunn, kënnen, kléngen, kommen, krauchen, kréien, leien, loossen, maachen, missen, mussen, sëtzen, sinn, soen, sollen, stiechen, stoen, wëllen, wëssen, zéien