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Irregular Verbs 2. Remember the verb “ver”? Remember how it’s irregular in the first person?. veo vemos ves veis ve ven. PONER. “Poner” (meaning “to put”) is irregular in the first person singular. After that, it follows the rules for –er verbs. pongo pon emos

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Irregular Verbs 2


Remember the verb “ver”?

Remember how it’s irregular

in the first person?

veo vemos

ves veis

ve ven


PONER

“Poner” (meaning “to put”) is irregular in the first person singular. After that, it follows the rules for –er verbs.

pongoponemos

ponesponéis

poneponen


SALIR

Like “poner,” “salir” (meaning “to leave”) is irregular in the first person singular. After that, it follows the rules for –ir verbs.

salgosalimos

salessalís

salesalen


Both “poner” and “salir” are irregular in the first person but nowhere else. See?

poner salir

pongo ponemossalgosalimos

pones ponéis salessalís

pone ponen salesalen


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.

traigotraemos

traestraéis

traetraen


Here you see all three verbs together.

poner salir

pongo ponemossalgosalimos

pones ponéis salessalís

pone ponen salesalen

traer

traigo traemos

traes traéis

trae traen


There are two other verbs that get –go in the yo form, but that’s not their only irregularity:

oír (to hear) decir (to say, tell)

oigooímosdigodecimos

oyesoísdicesdecís

oyeoyendicedicen

*Note the similarities between decir, tener, & venir:

decirtenervenir

digodecimostengotenemosvengovenimos

dicesdecístienestenéisvienesvenís

dicedicentienetienenvienevienen


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) ir

doydamosvoy vamos

das daisvas vais

dadanva van


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