139 - ir verb Be aware that each conjugation in the chart below is the entire form of the verb that should be used with each pronoun TABLE 1

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Some verbs are so irregular that the infinitive of the verb looks nothing like its conjugated forms. One  of the most irregular verbs in Spanish—  ir,  which means “to go” (see Table 1  )—is also the most  common, so you see the conjugated forms of this verb often. Notice that the entire verb looks like the  ir  infinitive ending. However, it is conjugated nothing at all like a normal - 
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Unformatted text preview: ir verb. Be aware that each conjugation in the chart below is the entire form of the verb that should be used with each pronoun. TABLE 1 Present Tense Conjugation Chart for the Verb Ir (to Go) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo voy nosotros/nosotras vamos tú vas vosotros/vosotras vais él va ellos van ella va ellas van usted va ustedes van...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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