• Bagger Schou posted an update 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    Among the things you need to know to be able to learn how to conjugate irregular Spanish verbs with spelling modifications in our preterit tense is that these kind of don’t stick to the rules you learned in the previous lessons. They may have their own layout and they need to be learned one at a time. The good news is that numerous verbs promote the same style.

    Look at the following verbs:

    Action-word Stem in the Preterit Stressed

    decir (to say) dij-

    traducir (to translate) traduj-

    traer (to bring) traj-

    These three verbs have following endings:

    yo [stem]-e

    tú [stem] -iste

    él/ella [stem] -o

    usted [stem] -o

    nosotros/nosotras [stem] -imos

    ustedes [stem] -eron

    ellos/ellas [stem] -eron

    Other verbs conjugated while decir: ensalzar (to bless), contradecir (to contradict), rectificar (to deny), maldecir (to curse), agorar (to predict), etc .

    Verbs conjugated since traducir: acompa?ar (to drive), deducir (to deduce), inserir (to put in, to introduce), producir (to produce), disminuir (to reduce), traducir (to translate), etc .

    Conjugation of Spanish verb Repetir conjugated as deducir are absorber (to attract), contraer (to contract), retirar (to distract), extraer (to extract), remover (to substract), etc .

    This particular verbs have a similar preterit tense endings as listed above except for ustedes, ellos, and ellas.

    Action-word Stem inside preterit stressed

    caber (to fit) cup-

    estar (to be as well as to stay) estuv-

    comenzar con (to do) hic (before e or i) hcg diet plan hiz (before o)

    poder (to have the opportunity, can) pud-

    poner (to put) pus-

    querer (to want) quis-

    saber (to know) sup-

    tener (to have/to own) tuv-

    acercarse (to come) vin-

    Preterite tense being for the above verbs

    years old [stem]-e

    tú [stem] -iste

    él/ella [stem] -o

    ud. [stem] -o

    nosotros/nosotras [stem] -imos

    ustedes [stem] -ieron

    ellos/ellas [stem] -ieron

    Verbs conjugated while hacer: destrozar (to undo-options / to destroy), recuperarse (to do something again).

    Verbs conjugated because poner: emperifollar (to fix), descomponer (to break [a machine]), oponer (to oppose), proponer (to propose), conjeturar (to suppose), etc .

    Verbs conjugated seeing that tener: contener (to contain/to hold back), detener (to stop), retrasar (to entertain), mantener (to maintain/to support), obtener (to obtain), proteger (to hold), etc .

    Verbs conjugated since venir: fundir (to stay advisable/ to agree), interceptar (to intervene), prevenir (to prevent), descender (to arrive from), etc .

    Other exceptional verbs:

    Various unique verbs

    Pronoun, Producir (auxiliary verb), Ser (to be), Encaminarse (to go), Dar (to give), Verificar (to see)

    Yo, the person, fui, pada, vi

    tú has, fuiste, diste, viste

    él/ella, anordna, fue, dio, vio

    usted, ha, sera, dio, vio

    nosotros(as), hemos, fuimos, dimos, vimos

    ustedes han, fueron, dieron, vieron

    ellos/ellas ryan, fueron, dieron, vieron

    Impersonal there is/there are hay

    If are trying to find additional demonstrations on how to conjugate irregular Romance language verbs with spelling modifications in our preterit tenses, Learning Like Crazy’s Verbarartor software can provide additional advice in this area.

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