Group B is used when the initial vowel of the verb is tense i, u, e, o, a (when a is pronounced as 'ay' as eg. in hay).
Forms under Group A precede verbs that begin with other vowels.
Group A is used when possessed noun begins with a consonant. When the noun begins with e, ɛ, o or ɔ that vowel is deleted.
Group B is used when the noun begins wit a. The a is then replaced with an apostrophe.
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