146 - (we fall) tú caes (you [informal] fall) vosotros or...

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The next two verbs,  caer  (to fall) and  traer  (to bring), follow the regular –  er  verb patterns of a –  go  verb, except for the irregular  yo  form, which adds an  i  to the conjugated form, as shown in Tables 9  and 10.  Table 9. Conjugation Chart for the Verb Caer yo caigo (I fall) nosotros or nosotras caemos
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Unformatted text preview: (we fall) tú caes (you [informal] fall) vosotros or vosotras caéis (you [informal, plural] fall) usted (Ud.) cae (you [formal] fall) ustedes (Uds.) caen (you [formal, plural] fall) él cae (he falls) ellos caen (they fall) ella cae (she falls) ellas caen (they [feminine] fall)...
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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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