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e>ie  stem-changers  The most common stem change is  e>ie . That means the stressed letter  e  in the stem of the verb will  change to  ie  in certain forms of the verb. If a verb has two  e 's in the stem, it will always be the  second  e  that undergoes a stem change. In the lists and charts below, the specific  e  that changes to  ie  is underlined.  The verb  cerrar  is typical of an -  ar  verb with an  e>ie  stem change. In Table 1
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Unformatted text preview: , the ie is underlined where the stem change occurs. Notice that nosotros/nosotras and vosotros/vosotras do not undergo a stem change. TABLE 1 Conjugation Chart for the Verb C e rrar (to Close) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo c ie rro nosotros/nosotras cerramos tú c ie rras vosotros/vosotras cerráis él c ie rra ellos c ie rran ella c ie rra ellas c ie rran usted c ie rra ustedes c ie rran...
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