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By Jami Sipe ©2010 Teachers Discovery ©2010 Verbs that are also called Boot or Shoe Verbs Stem-Changing Verbs
A conjugated verb is made up of the verb stem and the verb ending. Ejemplos: cantar canto cantar in the yo form becomes canto – cant o cant (the stem) plus o (the yo form ending) hablarhabla hablar in the usted form becomes habla – habl a habl (the stem) plus a (the usted form ending) ©2010 Teachers Discovery -ar -er -ir
The Differences arerir Stem-changing verbs are normal –ar, –er and –ir verbs Note: There is no stem change in the nosotros/as or vosotros/as forms. The endings of the verb are still the same as other arerir –ar, –er and –ir verbs. ©2010 Teachers Discovery EXCEPT EXCEPT that in the yo, tú, usted, él, ella, ustedes, ellos and ellas ellas forms, The stem change occurs only in the boot: STEM the STEM changes.
Why the boot? Look at the following table – ©2010 Teachers Discovery bootshoe Can you see the boot or shoe form? yo tú usted, él, ella ustedes, ellos, ellas vosotros/as nosotros/as
©2010 Teachers Discovery quiero quieres quiere quieren queréis* queremos* The stem of these verbs will change in the yo, tú, usted, él, ella, ustedes, ellos and ellas forms. querer = to want, wish *Note: The stem changes in all forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as. Verbs whose stem changes from E»IE
©2010 Teachers Discovery pienso piensas piensa piensan pensáis* pensamos* Más E»IE *Note: The stem changes in all forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as. pensar = to think
merendar = to have a snackpreferir = to prefer cerrar = to close empezar = to begin entender = to understand perder = to lose comenzar = to begin Other E»IE stem-changing verbs are: ©2010 Teachers Discovery Más E»IE Ejemplos:
©2010 Teachers Discovery duermo duermes duerme duermen dormís* dormimos* Verbs whose stem changes from O»UE *Note: The stem changes in all forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as. oue These verbs will change from an o to a ue in the conjugated form: dormir = to sleep
probar = to taste, test and sample almorzar = to eat lunch morir = to die devolver = to return (an item) contar = to count, to tell Other verbs are : ©2010 Teachers Discovery Ejemplos: O»UE encontrar = to findpoder = to be able, can recordar = to remembervolver = to return
©2010 Teachers Discovery pido pides pidepiden pedís* pedimos* E Verbs whose stem changes from E»I *Note: The stem changes in all forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as. e These verbs change from an e to an i. pedir = to ask for, to order
vestir = to dress repetir = to repeat medir = to measure servir = to serve Other verbs are: ©2010 Teachers Discovery E»I Ejemplos:
©2010 Teachers Discovery juego juegas juegajuegan jugáis* There is one common boot verb that changes from U»UE. jugamos* jugar = to play a sport or game *Note: The stem changes in all forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as. ¡OJO!
©2010 Teachers Discovery yo quiero nosotros queremos ella vuelve vosotros volvéis tú pides nosotros pedimos usted juega vosotros jugáis I want we want she returns you (pl. familiar – Spain) return you (tú) ask for we ask for you (usted) play you (pl. familiar – Spain) play.
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