7 - 1 . All the preterit-morphing verbs listed below use...

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Some verbs are irregular in the preterit tense because the stem of the verb morphs into something  very different from the infinitive. These verbs are not stem-changers because they do not follow the  patterns that stem-changing verbs follow. The morphing verbs do, however, have consistent preterit  irregularities that you can predict if you know they are morphing verbs. These verbs also consistently  use the special set of irregular endings found in Table 
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Unformatted text preview: 1 . All the preterit-morphing verbs listed below use these endings rather than the regular preterit endings. Notice that there are no written accent marks on any form. TABLE 1 Endings for Preterit-Morphing Verbs Subject Ending Subject Ending yo-e nosotros/nosotras-imos tú-iste vosotros/vosotras-isteis él-o ellos-ieron ella-o ellas-ieron usted-o ustedes-ieron...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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