The simple past tense of the verbs llegar, obligar and pagar

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The simple past tense of the verbs llegar, obligar and pagar

The simple past conjugation of the verbs llegar (to arrive), obligar (to force, to compel) and pagar (to pay) is irregular:

Llegar
Yo lleg
Tú llegaste
Él/ella/usted llegó
Nosotros/as llegamos
Vosotros/as llegasteis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes llegaron
Obligar
Yo oblig
Tú obligaste
Él/ella/usted obligó
Nosotros/as obligamos
Vosotros/as obligasteis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes obligaron
Pagar
Yo pag
Tú pagaste
Él/ella/usted pagó
Nosotros/as pagamos
Vosotros/as pagasteis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes pagaron

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