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Verbs ending in -  guir  are exceptions to the above rule because of the special issue posed by the  g The verb s  eguir  (to follow, to continue) appears to have spelling issues, but actually it does not. As  you can see in Table 5  , although it looks very strange, it is conjugated like an - 
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Unformatted text preview: ir stem-changing verb. TABLE 5 Preterit Forms of the Verb Seguir (to Follow, to Continue) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo seguí nosotros/nosotras seguimos tú seguiste vosotros/vosotras seguisteis él siguió ellos siguieron ella siguió ellas siguieron usted siguió ustedes siguieron...
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