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Unformatted text preview: the ending "yó" (rather than ió) and the third person plural uses the ending "yeron" (rather than ieron). The remaining forms gain a written accent over the letter "i." creer cre í cre í ste cre yó cre í mos cre í steis cre yeron Other verbs like creer include: caer leer oír poseer proveer roer Exceptions to this rule include: traer atraer distraer Verbs that end in -uir change in the same way, but the written accent over the letter "i" only occurs in the yo form. huir hu í huiste hu yó huimos huisteis hu yeron Other verbs like huir include: construir contribuir destruir fluir incluir influir...
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- Fall '10
- Grammatical person, Grammatical number, Grammatical aspect, Leer