The verbs poner, hacer, valer, and salir in the simple present tense

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The verbs poner, hacer, valer, and salir in the simple present tense

The verbs poner (to put), hacer (to do, to make), valer (to cost), and salir (to leave, to go out) take the ending -go  with pronoun yo (I), but are regular with the other pronouns.

Poner
Yo pongo
Tú pones
Él/ella/usted pone
Nosotros/as ponemos
Vosotros/as ponéis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes ponen
Hacer
Yo hago
Tú haces
Él/ella/usted hace
Nosotros/as hacemos
Vosotros/as hacéis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hacen
Salir
Yo salgo
Tú sales
Él/ella/usted sale
Nosotros/as salimos
Vosotros/as salís
Ellos/ellas/ustedes salen

Me pongo una camisa azul.

I put on a blue shirt.

Los domingos no hago nada.

I don't do anything on Sundays.

Salgo de trabajar a las seis.

I leave work at six.

Te he demostrado lo que valgo.

I've shown you what I'm worth.

See the conjugation of regular verbs in simple present (presente de indicativo).

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