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Verbos Irregulares

stem changing verbs in the simple present tense.

acostarse (ue) to go to bed
almorzar (ue) to eat lunch
cerrar (ie) to close
contar (ue) to tell; to count
costar (ue) to cost
decir (irregular) to say; to tell
despertarse (ie) to wake up
dormir (ue) to sleep
empezar (ie) to begin
entender (ie) to understand
hacer (hago) to do; to make
jugar (ue) to play (a sport)
oír (irregular) to hear
pensar (ie) to think
perder (ie) to lose
poder (ue) to be able; can
poner (pongo) to put; to place
preferir (ie) to prefer
querer (ie) to want; to love
recordar (ue) to remember
salir (salgo) to leave; to go out
soler (ue) + infinitive to be in the habit of (doing something)
tener (irregular) to have
traer (traigo) to bring
venir (irregular) to come
volver (ue) to return (to a place)
Created by: profesoranoack