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1-”GO” verbsThere are some verbs that are irregular in the YO form, with a stem change adding a “g” to the stem [like TENER – yo tengo]These verbs have the same type of stem change:HACER – to make / to doPONER – to put / to placeSALIR – to leaveTRAER – to bring
2These verbs have a stem change only in the YO form: HACER PONERhago hacemos pongo ponemoshaces hacéis pones poneishace hacen pone ponenSALIR TRAERsalgo salimos **traigo traemossales salís traes traéissale salen trae traen**Note that the YO form of TRAER adds an ‘i’ along with the ‘g’ to the stem!
3HACER and PONER are used in idiomatic expressions [does not translate directly from one language to another] :hacer un viaje to make [to take] a triphacer la maleta to pack the suitcaseponer la mesa to set the table
4There is one other common verb similar to these There is one other common verb similar to these. The verb VENIR is conjugated like TENER with a ‘g’ added to the YO form and an e>ie stem change in the “shoe”VENIR – to comevengo venimosvienes venísviene vienen