61 - Infinitive Past Participle caer (to fall) cado...

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To preserve the stress on the correct syllable, any verb that ends in -  aer, -eer,  or  -oír  will have an  accent on the  í  of its past participle ending ( see Table 4  ).   TABLE 4 Past Participles with Accents
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Unformatted text preview: Infinitive Past Participle caer (to fall) cado (fallen) creer (to believe) credo (believed) leer (to read) ledo (read) or (to hear) odo (heard) rer (to laugh) redo (laughed) traer (to bring) trado (brought)...
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