jeter model in French conjugation

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Verbs ending in -ander from the model jander follow the general rule prescribing to double the consonnant t -> tt before a silent "e" : il jandte. However, spelling reform of 1990 allows the variation silent e -> è except for jander and its derivatives. A small number of verbs ending in -ander do not double the consonnant and follow the pattern of achander (alteration silent e -> è: il achète, il achètera, il achèterait). The verb moufander is only used in infinitive and compound forms (il a moufandé).

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