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)

Yo Doy
Tu das
El /Ella da
Usted (formal el/ella ) Da
Nosotros damos
Ustedes (formal ellos/ellas ) dan
Ellos/as dan

Ver : (to see)

Yo Veo
Tu Ves
El /ella Ve
Usted (formal el/ella ) Ve
Nosotros Vemos
Ustedes (formal ellos/ellas ) ven
Ellos/as ven

Poner: (to put, place)

Yo Pongo
Tu Pones
Usted (formal el/ella) Pone
El /ella Pone
Nosotros Ponemos
Ustedes (formal ellos/ellas) Ponen
Ellos/as Ponen

Salir: (to leave)

Yo Salgo
Tu Sales
El /ella Sale
Usted (formal el/ella) Sale
Nosotros Salimos
Ustedes (formal ellos/ellas) Salen
Ellos/as Salen