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Ichidan verbs add られる but young people add れる instead, perhaps to disambiguate between it and the passive, which also ends in られる (one of the only conjugation collisions of Japanese!). So standard Japanese: 食べられる, some colloquial speakers say 食べれる (食べられる meaning "to be eaten" is never contracted). This can be thought of adding られ or れ to the stem; don't ...
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