Presentación del tema: "Stem-Changing Verbs E > IE, E > I, O > UE and U > UE."— Transcripción de la presentación:
1 Stem-Changing Verbs E > IE, E > I, O > UE and U > UE. Stem-changing verbs have a spelling change in the stem.The stem can be identified by dropping off the infinitive ending (-AR, -ER or –IR)There are 4 types of stem-changing verbs:E > IE, E > I, O > UE and U > UE.
2 To figure out what kind of change takes place….. First, identify the stem. Drop off the infinitive ending – the letters that are left are called the “stem”.COMENZARNext, look at the vowel that is CLOSEST to the end of the stem. That’s the vowel that will change.
3 Sometimes it’s real easy to figure out the change… DORMIRO > UE… and sometimes it’s not.PREFERIRE > I ???E > IE ???If the verb is an –IR infinitive, it’s likely to be anstem-changing verb.E > I(See your notes for exceptions)
4 The change can be seen in all forms except NOSOTROS and VOSOTROS JuegoJugamosJuegasJugáisJuegaJueganThese verbs are referred to as “boot” or “shoe” verbs.
5 Stem-changing verbs are regular verbs and, therefore, will use regular –AR, -ER and –IR endings: -AMOS-AS-ÁIS-A-AN-O-EMOS-ES-ÉIS-E-EN-O-IMOS-ES-ÍS-E-EN
6 Jugar – To playUUEJuegoJugamosJuegasJugáisJuegaJuegan
28 quer er quier quer emos We want Querer (nosotros) But wait! This is a nosotros form!We want
29 What do you remember about stem-changing verbs? Stem-changing verbs have a ________ change in the stem.That change will happen in all forms except……There are _____ types of stem-changing verbs. (Can you name them?)The vowel _____ ____ ____ ______ _______ is the one that changes.If the verb is an –IR infinitive, it’s likely to be a ___ > ___ change.
30 Practice with the stem-changing verbs through your homework. If you have a difficult time, please come in for some extra help.Help is available every day during both lunches.