Every conjugator gives a different form for certain verbs and I'm trying to decide which form is the correct or more common one to use. If someone could help me:
In Konjunktiv II
stünde or stände
schwöre or schwüre
After searching in context engines the landslide winners appear to be stände, and schwöre. Can I expect that the umlaut over the past tense (stand --> stände) will always be the most common form and is the existence of the second form merely to distinguish from the present tense of schwören? Is there a rule for when to use the less common form?
Also, is there a particular reason that werfen is
in Konjunctiv II(i.e. can drop the e unlike other verbs) or is this another memorization of exceptions?
1 Some conjugators are giving:
Does someone know if the weak form is correct vs the dictionary that filled in using lassen model verb?
2 Some give for wachsen
3 For vertreten 2nd singular some conjugators say no e, some with e, some both but atleast none give a weak form for this verb)
Weisen has an infinite number of derivatives from adding a prefix (hin, be, zu, nach, auf, ver) surely someone recognizes which is correct. You have to write something when using the verb so which are people writing?