Señora Spampinato
Cap. 5B
● Yo go verbs are verbs that change to a –go ending
in the yo form.
● These verbs are only irregular in the YO form
● One example of this is the verb tener
yo tengo
tú tienes
él/ella/Ud. tiene
nosotros tenemos
vosotros tenéis
ellos/ellas/Uds tienen
● Today we are going to learn about 5 more “yo
go” verbs. They are:
● hacer – to do or make
● decir – to say
● poner – to put/place
● traer – to bring
● salir – to leave
● venir – to come
● yo
● tú
● él/ella/Ud.
● nosotros
● vosotros
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
● ellos/ellas/Uds. hacen
→ again – hacer is only different in the yo form
● yo
digo
dices
●él/ella/Ud.
dice
●nosotros
decimos
●vosotros
decís
●ellos/ellas/Uds. dicen
● tú
Notice the vowel
change—it’s stemchanging, as well.
● yo
● tú
pongo
pones
● él/ella/ud.
pone
● nosotros
ponemos
● vosotros
ponéis
● ellos/ellas/Uds. ponen
● yo
● tú
traigo
traes
● él/ella/Ud. trae
● nosotros traemos
● vosotros traéis
● ellos/ellas/Uds. traen
Notice the yo form
adds an “i”
● yo
● tú
salgo
sales
● él/ella/Ud.
sale
● nosotros
salimos
● vosotros
salís
● ellos/ellas/Uds. salen
● Venir is slightly different. Although it is a “yo go”
verb, it conjugates just like tener.
● Yo
vengo
● Tú vienes
● Él/ella/ud. viene
● Nosotros venimos
● Vosotros venís
● Ellos/ellas/uds. vienen
a.k.a shoe
verb
vengo
vienes
viene
venimos
venís
vienen
●“Yo go” verbs change only the YO
form. Every other form of the
verb conjugates normally.
●The only exception to this is
venir, which conjugates like tener.
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“yo go” verbs. They are: hacer