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There is a consistent rule in Spanish that dictates that the letter  z  change to a  c  when followed by an  e . This spelling change occurs in every subjunctive conjugated form of any verb that ends in -  zar Look at the conjugation chart in Table 7  and use it as an example for the - 
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Unformatted text preview: zar verbs in Table 8 . TABLE 7 Present Subjunctive Conjugation Chart for Abrazar (to Hug) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo abrace nosotros/nosotras abracemos tú abraces vosotros/vosotras abracéis él abrace ellos abracen ella abrace ellas abracen usted abrace ustedes abracen...
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