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-go Verbs. There is a small but very important group of verbs that we call the “-go” verbs. These verbs are: Conocer : to know (people) Hacer: to make/do Poner: to put Saber: to know (information) Salir: to leave Tener : to have Traer: to bring Venir: to come.

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Go verbs

-go Verbs

  • There is a small but very important group of verbs that we call the “-go” verbs. These verbs are:

  • Conocer: to know (people)

  • Hacer: to make/do

  • Poner: to put

  • Saber: to know (information)

  • Salir: to leave

  • Tener: to have

  • Traer: to bring

  • Venir: to come


Why are these grouped together

Why are these grouped together??

  • Good question!

  • We just looked at the verb tener. Do you remember why the yo form was special?


Correcto

Correcto!

  • yo tengo: the yo form ends in –go.

  • So what do you think the yo form of venir is?


On the go

On the “go”

  • yo vengo

  • How about the yo forms for:

  • Salir

  • Poner


Go for it

“Go” for it!

  • yo salgo

  • yo pongo


Wait there s more

Wait! There’s more!

  • There are a few quirks:

  • hacer > yo hago

  • traer > yo traigo

  • conocer > yo conozco


What about saber

What about “saber”?

  • Good question! It’s very irregular:

  • saber > yo sé

  • Notice the accent on sé


Let s look at those yo forms again

Let’s look at those “yo” forms again…

  • Conocer: yo conozco

  • Hacer: yo hago

  • Poner: yo pongo

  • Saber: yo sé

  • Salir: yo salgo

  • Tener: yo tengo

  • Traer: yo traigo

  • Venir: yo vengo


What about those other forms

What about those other forms??

  • They are regular!!

  • For example: hacer

  • yo hago

  • tú haces

  • él hace

  • nosotros hacemos

  • ellos hacen


Venir

Venir

  • VENIR changes its stem, just like TENER:

  • yo vengo

  • tú vienes

  • él,ella Ud. viene

  • nosotros venimos

  • ellos, ellas, Uds. vienen


Let s take a look

Let’s take a look!

> saber

  • yo ______

  • tú ______

  • él ______

  • nosotros ______

  • ellos ______


Saber

Saber

  • yo sé

  • tú sabes

  • él sabe

  • nosotros sabemos

  • ellos saben

  • Saber is included in this group because only the “yo” form is irregular in the present.


Here s a second helping

Here’s a second helping!

> conocer

  • yo ______

  • tú ______

  • él ______

  • nosotros ______

  • ellos ______


Conocer

Conocer

  • yo conozco

  • tú conoces

  • él conoce

  • nosotros conocemos

  • ellos conocen


One more for the road

One more for the road…

> salir

  • yo ______

  • tú ______

  • él ______

  • nosotros ______

  • ellos ______


Salir

salir

  • yo salgo

  • tú sales

  • él sale

  • nosotros salimos

  • ellos salen


How about if we mix up the forms

How about if we mix up the forms?

  • Yo _______ (conocer) a mucha gente de Nicaragua, pero mi hermano ________ (conocer) a más personas de Honduras.


Conocer1

Conocer

  • Yo conozco a mucha gente de Nicaragua, pero mi hermano conoce a más personas de Honduras.


Una mezcla a mixture

Una Mezcla (a mixture)

  • Cuando yo _______ (tener) tiempo, _______ (salir) al parque. Si _______ (venir) unos amigos, _______ (hacer) algo diferente.


Una mezcla

Una Mezcla

  • Cuando yo tengo tiempo, salgo al parque. Si vienen unos amigos, hacemos algo diferente.

  • Notice how the subjects change in this sentence!


In conclusion

In conclusion…

  • The –go verbs have an irregular yo form: conozco, hago, pongo, salgo, sé, tengo, traigo vengo

  • The other forms are regular according to their conjugations. For example, traigo, traes, trae, traemos, traen

  • Tener & venir are stem-changing verbs and also change in the tú, él, and ellos forms: tienes, tiene, tienen; vienes, viene, vienen


That s all folks

That’s all, folks!

  • Now go on to #7 Stem-changing verbs (e-ie).


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