The verbs traer, caer and oír in the subjunctive

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The verbs traer, caer and oír in the subjunctive

The verbs traer (to bring), caer (to fall) and oír (to hear) are irregular. In the subjunctive, we remove the -er or -ir ending from the infinitive and add the endings -iga, -igas, -iga, -igamos, -igáis, and -igan:

Traer
Yo traiga
Tú traigas
Él/ella/usted traiga
Nosotros/as traigamos
Vosotros/as traigáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes traigan
Caer
Yo caiga
Tú caigas
Él/ella/usted caiga
Nosotros/as caigamos
Vosotros/as caigáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes caigan
Oír
Yo oiga
Tú oigas
Él/ella/usted oiga
Nosotros/as oigamos
Vosotros/as oigáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes oigan

Te sugiero que traigas vino para la cena.

I suggest you bring wine to the dinner.

No caigamos en la trampa.

Let's not fall into the trap.

Cuando oigas una alarma, ¡corre!

When you hear an alarm, run!


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