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97 - yo form is listed below hacer(to make to do yo form...

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-go  verbs  Another specific type of “  yo  irregular” includes verbs whose  yo  form ends in  -go  even though there is  not a single  g  in the infinitive. The simplest and most common  -go  verbs are regular in all forms  except  yo , so only the irregular 
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Unformatted text preview: yo form is listed below. hacer (to make, to do) yo form: hago poner (to put) yo form: pongo valer (to be worth) yo form: valgo salir (to leave) yo form: salgo caer (to fall) yo form: caigo raer (to scrape, rub off) yo form: raigo traer (to bring) yo form: traigo...
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