You're welcomeAnatoli, you list is very helpful.
Maybe you should also mention the te-form of the negative auxiliary word -nai, which would be -nakute.
Well, I consider "masu" and "nai" verbs in Japanese, as they have conjugation patterns like real verbs. Since "masu" worked with your list, I thought you just forgot about mentioning "nai" in the irregular category.The questions was about verbs. So, I made a list of verbs.
So the -i adjectives have their own category you forgot about in the aforementioned list?-nai can be treated as just another -i adjective, all -i adjectives have the middle form as -kute: samukute, yokute, -etc.
Very irregular!Copula "desu" has the form -de: