Irregular verbs in the "yo" (form)
- The conjugation is only irregular in the "yo" form.
- They are also known as "-go" verbs.
- The conjugations in all the other forms remain regular.
List of irregular verbs in the "yo" form
Note that the chart below indicates the irregular "yo" endings in blue.
|hacer - to do||poner - to put; to place||salir - to leave||suponer - to suppose||traer - to bring|
- "Traer" has an additional change in the stem of the "yo" form: add the letter "i" before adding the "g". (It is indicated in bold in the chart above.)
- "Poner" can also mean "to turn on" a household appliance.
- "Salir de" means to leave "from" a particular place.
- "Salir para" means to leave "for" a particular destination.
- "Salir con" means to leave "with" something or someone; or to date someone.
- "Salir" can also mean to go out.
Salgo mucho los fines de semana.
No salgo mucho ahora porque no puedo.
No salimos ahora porque no podemos.
"Oír" has an irregular "yo" form and the spelling change "i→y" in the "tú, usted, él, ella, ustedes, ellos, ellas" forms. The "nosotros" and "vosotros" forms have an accent mark. Note that all irregularities have been marked in bold:
"Ver" is only irregular in the "yo" form because you keep the "-e" or the ending. You only drop the letter "-r". There are no accent marks in its conjugations. The irregularity is marked in bold:
"Dar" is only irregular in the "yo" form. There are no written accent marks in its conjugations. The irregularity is marked in bold: