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Grammar detail: Ichidan 一段 (いちだん) 'る' form verbs

Ichidan 一段 (いちだん) 'る' form verbs
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Ichidan verbs always end in る in their plain form - hence 'one' level. Each conjugated form is created by replacing the る with the appropriate (standard) ending.
Using
べる (to eat) as an example:
FormExample
negativeたべない
masuたべます
plainたべる
conditionalたべられる
volitionalたべましょう
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Kanji used in this grammar

ショク   ジキ    food   たべる to eat   く to eat   
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