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There is an exception to every rule, except the rule that states there's an exception to every rule. You can go crazy contemplating this paradox, but, as you study language, you become convinced that the statement is true. The good news about Spanish is that many of the exceptions to the rules are predictable. The most commonly used irregular verbs and the most important patterns to irregular verbs follow. Common irregular verbs Some verbs are so irregular that you will not be able to recognize when a conjugated form goes with the infinitive of the verb. The most irregular verbs in
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Unformatted text preview: Spanish are also the most common, so you see the conjugated forms of these verbs often. Eventually, you will come to know the conjugated forms of these verbs so well that it may be difficult to remember the infinitive form. The verb ir means “to go . ” Notice that the entire verb looks like the – ir infinitive ending, but it is conjugated nothing at all like a normal – ir verb. Also, notice that the conjugated forms of the verb ir in Table 1 look more like they come from some – ar verb with a v in it....
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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