Verbs ending in -eler of the model peler have an alteration (silent e -> è) in some forms (before a silent syllable including future and conditional forms) : il cisèle, il cisèlera, il cisèlerait. This is the case of: celer (and its derivatives), ciseler, démanteler, écarteler, s'encasteler, geler (and its derivatives), harceler, marteler, peler, modeler.
Regular verbs in -eler follow the pattern of appeler (doubling of the consonant l -> ll before a silent "e" : il appelle).
20 verbs follow this model. Below an extract:
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Based on the ending, you can identify features that different verbs have in common. Click on the verbs above to see their conjugation tables and explore their conjugation patterns.