108 - Seguir is a stem-changer, and the e changes to i in...

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-guir  verbs  A verb that ends in -  guir  includes a  u  in its infinitive form only to attain a hard  g  sound. In all forms of  the subjunctive, you must drop that  u;  because the  g  is now followed by an  a,  it is already  pronounced hard. Table 10  presents the present subjunctive forms for the verb  seguir . All the other  verbs ending in -  guir  are listed in Table 11  . There is, however, one extra issue: 
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Unformatted text preview: Seguir is a stem-changer, and the e changes to i in all forms of the present subjunctive. TABLE 10 Present Subjunctive Conjugation Chart for Seguir (to Continue, to Follow) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo siga nosotros/nosotras sigamos t sigas vosotros/vosotras sigis l siga ellos sigan ella siga ellas sigan usted siga ustedes sigan...
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