Word Search. Irregular Verbs (Present tense)

Word Search. Irregular Verbs (Present tense)
This Word Search (Sopa de Letras) is about Spanish irregular verbs.

There are 17 irregular verbs (Present tense Indicative, first person singular -that is, "yo" forms).

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  • Some verbs add a medial -g-, as in verb Tener --> (yo) tengo or Venir --> (yo) vengo.

  • Some others, change the -o- vowel in the infitive to -ue-. For example: Volver --> (yo) vuelvo.

  • Very similar to this previos type: Verbs changing their -u- vowel in the infinitive to -ue-: Jugar --> (yo) juego.

  • Other verbs change from -i- in their infinitives to -ie-: Querer --> (yo) quiero.

  • Fifth group: those verbs changing their -e- to -i-: Pedir -->(yo) pido.

  • Finally verbs changing their final -c- in the infinitive to -zc-; For example: Conocer --> Yo conozco.

(Answers at the end of this page)

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You Should Also Read:
Spanish Irregular Verbs (Part I)
Spanish Irregular Verbs (Part II): Stem-changing verbs.
Spanish Irregular Verbs (Part III): Irregular First Person (Yo)

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