153 - yo veo (I see) nosotros/nosotras vemos (we see) t ves...

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ver  and  saber   Two other verbs have unique  yo  forms. Both  ver  (to see) and  saber  (to know [a fact]) are regular –  er  verbs in all forms except the  yo  form, but their  yo  forms are completely different, as shown in Tables  13 and 14.  Table 13. Conjugation Chart for the Verb Ver
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Unformatted text preview: yo veo (I see) nosotros/nosotras vemos (we see) t ves (you [informal] see) vosotros/vosotras veis (you [informal, plural] see) usted (Ud.) ve (you [formal] see) ustedes (Uds.) ven (you [formal, plural] see) l ve (he sees) ellos ven (they see) ella ve (she sees) ellas ven (they [feminine] see)...
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