94 - every form of the preterite. Because they are...

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Certain verbs have an irregular stem with the letter  i  in it. It is extremely important to remember that  these verbs are not considered stem changers in the preterite tense although some of them may  have been stem changers in the present tense. Just like the  u -stem verbs,  i -stem verbs do not follow  the rules of a stem-changing verb in the preterite and do not use the normal endings a stem- changing verb uses. The verbs in the following list have a completely different stem that is used for 
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Unformatted text preview: every form of the preterite. Because they are irregular, they use the irregular endings from Table 2. Infinitive form Stem for all preterite forms hacer (to make, to do) hic (except in the third person singular forms, which end in o, and that become hizo ) querer (to want, to love) quis venir (to come) vin...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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