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Irregular Verbs 2
Remember the verb “ver”?
Remember how it’s irregular
in the first person?
veo
ves
ve
vemos
veis
ven
PONER
“Poner” (meaning “to put”) is irregular in
the first person singular. After that, it
follows the rules for –er verbs.
pongo
pones
pone
ponemos
ponéis
ponen
SALIR
Like “poner,” “salir” (meaning “to leave”) is
irregular in the first person singular. After
that, it follows the rules for –ir verbs.
salgo
sales
sale
salimos
salís
salen
Both “poner” and “salir” are
irregular in the first person but
nowhere else. See?
poner
pongo
ponemos
pones
ponéis
pone
ponen
salir
salgo
sales
sale
salimos
salís
salen
TRAER
Like “poner” and “salir,” “traer” (meaning “to
bring”) is irregular only in the first person
singular. But watch out for the spelling! Besides
having a “g” come from nowhere, it has an “i”
come from nowhere.
traigo
traes
trae
traemos
traéis
traen
Here you see all three verbs
together.
poner
pongo
ponemos
pones
ponéis
pone
ponen
salir
salgo
sales
sale
traer
traigo
traes
trae
traemos
traéis
traen
salimos
salís
salen
There are two other verbs that get –go in the
yo form, but that’s not their only irregularity:
oír (to hear)
oigo
oímos
oyes
oís
oye
oyen
decir (to say, tell)
digo decimos
dices decís
dice dicen
*Note the similarities between decir, tener, & venir:
decir
digo decimos
dices decís
dice
dicen
tener
tengo
tenemos
tienes
tenéis
tiene
tienen
venir
vengo
venimos
vienes
venís
viene
vienen
The last verb is very simple. Only the 1st
person singular changes, & the whole verb
looks EXACTLY like ir, but with a “d”:
dar (to give)
doy
damos
das
dais
da
dan
ir
voy
vas
va
vamos
vais
van
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