Set of same verbs from other Swedish verb sets. In the present tense either -r or -er is added to the stem of the verb. Auxiliary verbs "att skola" and "att vilja" must also have a main verb accompany them in a sentence. Even though in English one can say "I want a dog" in Swedish you must use "to have" as a main verb to conclude the sentence: I want to have a dog. - As far as I know anyway. Auxiliary verb "att kunna" (kan) mostly accompanies a main verb but sometimes can be alone when it means "know". Swedish present tense conjugations can usually translate into several English variants such as (1)"one word form", (2)using form of "to be" + main verb" and (3)"to do" + main verb". Example, "to travel": I travel, I am traveling, I do travel; all can translate to one Swedish variant "jag reser" and there are no other Swedish variants. Some Swedish verbs have a helping word when talking about acting on yourself called a reflexive verb. In the infinitive its "sig". When the verb is in first person it changes to "mig" (myself) and when in second person it changes to "dig" (yourself). Third person it stays as "sig" (itself, himself, herself). For plural "we" it changes to "oss" (ourself). For plural you it changes to "er" (yourself). They it stays as "sig" (themselves). Please note that sometimes English uses the reflexive verb as well but not always. Swedish language uses reflexive verbs more often than English.