28 - hacer(to do/make Yo –g verbs hago hacemos haces...

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Conjugate yo –g verbs in the present tense Grammar essential # 28 I call them gangster verbs
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yo –g verbs Yo –g verbs are named as such because they are regular except in the yo form. The yo form is going to have a “surprise” or an irregularity. These infinitives are: Traer (to bring) poner (to put/place/set) Salir (to leave)
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Unformatted text preview: hacer (to do/make) Yo –g verbs hago hacemos haces hacéis hace hacen hacer = to make/to do Yo –g verbs pongo ponemos pones ponéis pone ponen poner = to put/ to place / to set Yo –g verbs salgo salimos sales salís sale salen salir = to leave Yo –g verb traigo traemos traes traéis trae traen Traer = to bring...
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