4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
Hacer (to do; to make)
Poner (to put; to place)
Salir (to leave)
Suponer (to suppose)
Traer (to bring)
Ver (to see)
Oír (to hear)
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
ANTE TODO
 In Spanish, several verbs have irregular yo
forms in the present tense.
 You have already seen three verbs with the –go
ending in the yo form:
decir
tener
venir



digo
tengo
vengo
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
Verbs with irregular yo forms
hacer
poner
(to do; to make) (to put; to place)
salir
(to leave)
SINGULAR
FORMS
hago
haces
hace
pongo
pones
pone
salgo
sales
sale
PLURAL
FORMS
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
ponemos
ponéis
ponen
salimos
salís
salen
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
Verbs with irregular yo forms
suponer
traer
(to suppose)
(to bring)
SINGULAR
FORMS
supongo
supones
supone
traigo
traes
trae
PLURAL
FORMS
suponemos
suponéis
suponen
traemos
traéis
traen
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
 The verbs hacer, poner, salir, suponer, and traer
have yo forms that end in –go.
 The other forms are regular.
— A veces salgo a correr por la noche.
— Nunca salgo a correr, no hago ejercicio, pero sí
tengo energía... ¡para leer el periódico y tomar un café!
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
 Poner can also mean to turn on a household appliance.
Carlos pone la radio.
Carlos turns on the radio.
María pone la televisión.
María turns on the television.
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
 Salir de is used to indicate that someone is leaving a
particular place.
Hoy salgo del hospital.
Today I leave the hospital.
Sale de la clase a las cuatro.
He leaves class at four.
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
 Salir para is used to indicate someone’s destination.
Mañana salgo para México.
Tomorrow I leave for Mexico.
Hoy salen para España.
Today they leave for Spain.
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
 Salir con means to leave with someone or something,
to go out with someone, or to date someone.
Alberto sale con su mochila.
Alberto is leaving with his backpack.
Margarita sale con Guillermo.
Margarita is going out with Guillermo.
Hoy voy a salir con mi hermana.
Today I’m going out with my sister.
Mi primo sale con una chica muy bonita.
My cousin is going out with a very pretty girl.
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
The verb ver
 The verb ver (to see) has an irregular yo form. The
other forms of ver are regular.
ver (to see)
SINGULAR FORMS
yo
tú
Ud. / él / ella
veo
ves
ve
PLURAL FORMS
nosotros/as
vosotros/as
Uds. / ellos / ellas
vemos
veis
ven
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
The verb oír
 The verb oír (to hear) has an irregular yo form and the spelling change
i➞y in the tú, usted, él, ella, ustedes, ellos, and ellas forms.
 The nosotros/as and vosotros/as forms have an accent mark.
oír (to hear)
SINGULAR FORMS
yo
tú
Ud. / él / ella
oigo
oyes
oye
PLURAL FORMS
nosotros/as
vosotros/as
Uds. / ellos / ellas
oímos
oís
oyen
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
The verb oír
Oigo a unas personas en la otra sala.
I hear some people in the other room.
¿Oyes música latina?
Do you hear Latin music?
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
¡INTÉNTALO! Provide the appropriate forms of these verbs.
1. salir
2. ver
3. poner
4. hacer
5. oír
6. traer
7. suponer
Isabel ___.
Yo ___.
Rita y yo___.
Yo ___.
Él ___.
Ellas ___.
Yo ___.
Nosotros ___.
Ustedes ___.
Yo ___.
Tú ___.
Nosotros ___.
Yo ___.
Mi amigo ___.
Yo ___.
Tú ___.
Los niños ___.
Usted ___.
Yo ___.
Tú ___.
Nosotras ___.
4.4 Verbs with irregular yo forms
A Uds. les toca en parejas…
1. En la página 124 del texto: Hagan la conversación #1
en parejas. Al terminar, dos voluntarios pueden ganar
un punto.
2. En la página 125 del texto: Hagan el ejercico 4. Por
turnos pregunten y contesten las preguntas. Al
terminar, algunos voluntarios pueden ganar un punto.
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