Verbos irregulares en presente: o ue

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Verbos irregulares en presente: o ue

Some verbs change their stem from o to uein the simple present:

Recordar Recuerdo

To remember I remember

Volver Vuelvo

To return I return

Morir Muero

To die I die

These are the conjugations:

Almorzar
Yo almuerzo
Tú almuerzas
Él/ella/usted almuerza
Nosotros/as almorzamos
Vosotros/as almorzáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes almuerzan
Poder
Yo puedo
Tú puedes
Él/ella/usted puede
Nosotros/as podemos
Vosotros/as podéis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes pueden
Dormir
Yo duermo
Tú duermes
Él/ella/usted duerme
Nosotros/as dormimos
Vosotros/as dormís
Ellos/ellas/ustedes duermen

Some common verbs that follow this logic: corntar (to tell), soñar (to dream), encorntrar (to find), dorler (to hurt) and mover (to move).

Nunca me cuentas nada.

You never tell me anything.

Sueño con ir a Valparaíso.

I dream of going to Valparaiso.

A Carolina le duele la cabeza.

Carolina’s head hurts.

Note: These verbs are regular with the pronouns nosotros/as y vosotros/as (“we” and plural informal “you”)

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