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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Wednesday at 06:28 AM
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Γεια σου Κάτι,


I see what you mean. That conjugation table I sent you is correct but actually the verb σερφάρω has some secondary forms in some tenses that I didn't notice they were missing from the table. Σέρφαρε is one of them. It's a past tense form for the 3rd person in both the continuous and the simple past. The following verb (φρεσκάρω) follows the same conjugation model as σερφάρω:

http://moderngreekverbs.com/freskaro.html


For example in the imperfect σερφάρω has both σέρφαρα AND σερφάριζα.


I personally use the σέρφαρα forms more rather than the σερφάριζα which I feel they match better with verbs that end in -ίζω in the present tense (ex. τηγανίζω-τηγάνιζα-τηγάνισα etc.)


Stefania

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Κατι
Tuesday at 05:24 PM
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Hi,

yes, thank you. But this form that I ask about is not to be found on lexigram page or with search.

"σέρφαρε"


That is why I am curious what is this conjugated form deriving from?

Thanks!

Kati

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Tuesday at 07:45 AM
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Hi Kati,


All verbs get conjugated in Greek. There are two main conjugations, one of which has two classes.

Here is the full conjugation of σερφάρω (conjugation A or 1st conjugation):

http://bit.ly/2sjWy8J


Just click on the tenses on the side and you'll get all the different forms.


More detailed information on verb conjugation on the Intermediate series.


Regards,


Stefania

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Tuesday at 03:02 AM
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Γεια!

In the last sentence, there is the word "surf" in the internet. It is conjugated as follows:


σερφάρει - σέρφαρε


Does this follow any usual conjugation or is it an exception?


Thanks!

Kati