53 - ). TABLE 9 The Irregular Verbs That Drop e and c from...

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The final two verbs,  hacer  and  decir  are irregular in the conditional tense because they drop the  letters  e  and  c  from the infinitive. Notice that the  e  and  c  are not in the same order for both verbs  (see  Table 9
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Unformatted text preview: ). TABLE 9 The Irregular Verbs That Drop e and c from the Infinitive Infinitive Changes to Conditional Tense Ending decir (to say, to tell) dir-t diras (you would tell) hacer (to make, to do) har-yo hara (I would make)...
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