For る-verbs we usually drop る and replace it with られる but I noticed this exception?

  • Can you give us the sentence you found this in? It will help us be more specific in answering your question. – ajsmart Apr 20 '20 at 0:44

滑る{すべる} is not a 'る' (ichidan) verb, but a godan verb. While it is true that all ichidan verbs end in いる or える, the reverse is not true; 入る{はいる} for example is a godan verb. 滑る conjugates as normal for godan: 滑って, 滑らない, 滑らせる etc. 滑られる is the passive form of 滑る.


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