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Some verbs are truly irregular in the present tense because the stem form of the verb morphs into  something unrecognizable. Do not think of these verbs as stem changers because they do not follow  the patterns that stem-changing verbs follow. These verbs also do not use the normal preterite  endings, but there is a consistent set of endings for all of these irregular verbs. Some of the most commonly used verbs in the language are irregular in the preterite. This should 
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Unformatted text preview: motivate you to learn these irregular forms. Table 1 is a special group of endings that are used for all of the irregular verbs in the following sections. Notice that there are no written accent marks on any of the forms. Table 1. Endings for Irregular Preterite Verbs Singular pronoun Ending Plural pronoun Ending yo-e nosotros/nosotras-imos tú-iste vosotros/vosotras-isteis usted-o ustedes-ieron él-o ellos-ieron ella-o ellas-ieron...
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