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Present Indicative Irregular Verbs

When "regular verbs" are conjugated the ending changes and the front part (a.k.a. stem or root) doesn’t change. When "stem-changing verbs" are conjugated the stem changes. Most stem-changing verbs follow a few rules when conjugated, however, there are some verbs that don't follow a consistent rule when they are conjugated, and these are called, "irregular verbs".

Fortunately, there aren't many irregular verbs. Unfortunately, some of the irregular verbs listed below are used frequently:

 

Infinitive

 

Yo

Usted/él/ella

Nosotros

Ustedes/ellos/ellas

Saber (to know)

 

Sé

Sabes

Sabe

Sabemos

Saben

Estar (to be)

 

Estoy

Estás

Está

Estamox

Están

Ser (to be)

 

Soy

Eres

Es

Somos

Son

Ir (to go)

 

Voy

Vas

Va

Vamos

Van

Dar (to give)

 

Doy

Das

Da

Damos

Dan

Caer (to fall)

 

Caigo

Caes

Cae

Caemos

Caen

Traer (to bring)

 

Traigo

Traes

Trae

Traemos

Traen

Decir (to say)

 

Digo

Dices

Dicen

Decimos

Dicen

Oír (to hear)

 

Oigo

Oyes

Oye

Oímos

Oyen

Hacer (to do)

 

Hago

Haces

Hace

Hacemos

Hacen

Poner (to put)

 

Pongo

Pones

Pone

Ponemos

Ponen

Salir (to leave)

 

Salgo

Sales

Salen

Salemos

Salen

Tener (to have)

 

Tengo

Tienes

Tiene

Tenemos

Tienen

Venir (to come)

 

Vengo

Vienes

Viene

Venimos

Vienen