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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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Remember the verb “ver”?

Remember how it’s irregular

in the first person?

veo vemos

ves veis

ve ven


Poner
PONER

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

pongo ponemos

pones ponéis

pone ponen


Salir
SALIR

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

salgo salimos

sales salís

sale salen


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

poner salir

pongo ponemossalgo salimos

pones ponéis sales salís

pone ponen sale salen


Traer
TRAER person but nowhere else. See?

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 traemos

traes traéis

trae traen


Here you see all three verbs together. person but nowhere else. See?

poner salir

pongo ponemossalgo salimos

pones ponéis sales salís

pone ponen sale salen

traer

traigo traemos

traes traéis

trae traen


There are two other verbs that get –go in the person but nowhere else. See?yo form, but that’s not their only irregularity:

oír (to hear) decir (to say, tell)

oigooímosdigodecimos

oyesoísdicesdecís

oyeoyendice dicen

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

decirtenervenir

digodecimostengotenemosvengovenimos

dices decístienestenéisvienesvenís

dice dicentienetienenvienevienen


The last verb is very simple. Only the 1 person but nowhere else. See?st person singular changes, & the whole verb looks EXACTLY like ir, but with a “d”:

dar (to give) ir

doy damos voy vamos

das dais vas vais

da dan va van


Click person but nowhere else. See?HERE and do the exercise.

Click here to go to your homework exercise.


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