Category: Irregular Verb

Spanish Spelling change tips for Irregular verbs

Spanish Spelling change tips for Irregular verbs There are also verbs that when you conjugate them you have to change the spelling of them in order to be able to pronounce it more comfortable. This is why we are going to see as well “Tips of spellings bellow” They are considering irregular because they change, but acually they change in order to get a better pronunciation Verbs ending in –cer…

Spanish irregular verbs that change everything

Spanish irregular verbs that change absolutely everything These verbs you have to study by heart they do not make sense at all… Oír: (to hear) In this case the first person “yo” changes completely, and the rest as well but the reason is to have a better pronunciation. For example, it difficult to pronounce clearly Tu oIEs , el oie, ellos oien, this is why we change all of those…

Verbs that change the “yo” person and the rest act as irregular verbs

Verbs that change the “yo” person and the rest act as irregular verbs On these type of verbs,  you conjugate this type of verbs is the first person “Yo”, the rest acts like irregular verbs. Let’s see examples of the most common verbs: Decir: (to tell) Stem Dec In this verb the yo changes and the rests change the Stem  e……….. i, except for nosotros like always Let’s see Dar…

Verbs that change the “yo” person and the rest act as regular verbs

Verbs that change the “yo” person and the rest act as regular verbs The only change when you conjugate this type of verbs is the first person “Yo”, the rest acts like regular verbs. Let’s see examples of the most common verbs Estar: (to be temporal) Yo Estoy Tu estas El /Ella esta Usted (formal el/ella ) estamos Nosotros están Ustedes (formal ellos/ellas ) están Ellos/as estan Dar: (to give)…

The rest of irregular Verbs

The rest of irregular Verbs As the pharse indicates are the rest of irregular verbs, that do not follow the paterns of the other two groups mentioned. The rest of irregular verbs are divided in groups at the same time. 1) Verbs that change the “yo” person and the rest act as regular 2) Verbs that change the “yo” person and the rest act as irregular Remember that the exception…

Stem-Changing verbs (e……i)

Stem-Changing verbs (e……i) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker (-ar-er-ir) that has a vowel change. The following verbs shows this pattern: how the last vowel of the stem changes e -> i Servir/ To serve Subject Pronoun Verb Form Click on…

Stem-Changing verbs (u….ue)

Stem-Changing verbs (u….ue) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker (-ar-er-ir) that has a vowel change. There is only one Spanish verb that has the change u —> ue. That verb is jugar  that means to play (a game), this…

Irregular verbs

Irregular verbs Click on each title to start the lesson a) Stem-changing verbs: Verbs that change only the stem and the no-stem part you conjugate like regular verbs. Click HERE to start with the lesson. b)Verbs that change everything: Changes the  stem and no-stem, and the changes do not make any sense, but fortunately there is a few of them: Ir, Ser, oir and any other verb that changes everything. Click…

Stem-Changing verbs (o….ue)

Stem-Changing verbs (o….ue) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker (-ar-er-ir) that has a vowel change. The second type of stem is o……..ue . The changes may occur in the first conjugation -ar-, second -er- or third conjugation -ir- ….

Stem-Changing verbs (e….ie)

Stem-Changing verbs  (e….ie) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker (-ar-er-ir) that has a vowel change. The following verbs shows this pattern. Cerrar/ To close Click on each word to hear the pronunciation Person Click on each word to hear…