The majority of verbs in Danish end in -e in the infinitive and they are only conjugated according to tense, not subject (i.e. the verb does not change, unlike in English where verbs add -s or -es for he/she/it forms in the present.)
|jeg taler||I speak||jeg talte||I spoke|
|du taler||you speak||du talte||you spoke|
|han taler||he speaks||han talte||he spoke|
|hun taler||she speaks||hun talte||she spoke|
|vi taler||we speak||vi talte||we spoke|
|i taler||you speak||i talte||you spoke|
|de taler||they speak||de talte||they spoke|
|bo||to live, dwell|
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