Regular II Verbs
The Dictionary form of a regular II verb has a vowel (e or i ), plus a -ru ending. [E.g. taberu 食べる eat; miru 見る see, look, watch. ] The conjugations of these verbs are easier to remember. Unlike the conjugations of regular I verbs, they do not conjugate on the five bases of the Japanese Syllabary chart.
The regular II verbs with -iru enbding conjugate only on the second/I base and those with -eru ending conjugate only on the fourth/E base of the syllabary chart. Although, you need not know which row a verb belongs to or which bases it conjugates on. All that is needed is to drop the -ru ending and add an appropriate ending to the stem.