138 - e>i stem-changers will be conjugated like servir...

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Despedir (e>i ) (to fire),  impedir (e>i ) (to impede, to prevent), and  desvestir (e>i ) (to undress) are  good examples of basic verbs that you know (  pedir  and  vestir ) and a prefix (  des-  and  im- ).  Because all the above verbs are -  ir  verbs, you only need one example of the conjugation chart for  these verbs. All 
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Unformatted text preview: e>i stem-changers will be conjugated like servir in Table 10 . TABLE 10 Conjugation Chart for the Verb S e rvir (to Serve) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo s i rvo nosotros/nosotras servimos tú s i rves vosotros/vosotras servís él s i rve ellos s i rven ella s i rve ellas s i rven usted s i rve ustedes s i rven...
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