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6% of the time. These predictions agree with the behavior of Finnish speakers, who consistently give raatoi as the past-tense form for raata-. 4 total frequency = 892 pointers On the other hand, if the nearest neighbors behave differently, then we get competition. For instance, for the infrequent verb saarta- ‘to surround’, there are two nearest neighbors, saatta- ‘to accompany’ and siirtä- ‘to move’. The first one takes the a-oi outcome (namely, saattoi for the past tense), the second takes tV-si (thus, siirsi for the past tense).

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