Why does råda conjugate råder rådde rått? Why 2 t:s?
Why does råda conjugate råder rådde rått? Why 2 t:s? Shouldn't it be råda råder rådde rådt? Can't find any rule to this in my textbooks nor any mention that it would be a strong verb.
As I've come across other verbs there seems to be a rule that ending dt turns to tt? Again, textbook does not mention this. Just an oversight?
It's just how certain verbs behave. The T:s doubled because the vowel is short. "Råt" would have a long vowel. The same pattern goes for many other -er verbs, for example leda/ledde/lett, göda/gödde/gött and reda/redde/rett.