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TENSES SAL HET MODALS KAN WIL MAG MOET REFLEXIVE B6 regular prefixed inseparable separable KOM GAAN LEER HELP PROBEER BEGIN LAAT LOOP SIEN LINK B5 CONJUGATED B4 WEES e.g. uitgooi wegvat loslaat insit COMPOUNDS B3 separable e.g. mislei ondersteun besit ontstaan COMPOUNDS B2b inseparable e.g. verlê besit ontstaan bewerk SIMPLE B2a prefixed e.g. sit staan werk SIMPLE B1 regular MAIN HELPING

B3 Separable Compound Verbs

All compound verbs combine two parts with their own meaning to create a combination word as verb.  A separable compound verb is apart in the present, together in the future, and with modal verbs (kan, wil, mag, moet), and also together in the past, but with a twist - the GE is not used as a prefix, but is inserted between the two parts of the verb.

Example: Die bokser slaan die opponent uit. Die bokser sal (or kan, wil, etc.) die opponent uitslaan. Die bokser het die opponent uitgeslaan.