Presentación del tema: "Stem-Changing Verbs E > IE, E > I, O > UE and U > UE."— Transcripción de la presentación:
1Stem-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.
2To 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.
3Sometimes 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)
4The change can be seen in all forms except NOSOTROS and VOSOTROS JuegoJugamosJuegasJugáisJuegaJueganThese verbs are referred to as “boot” or “shoe” verbs.
5Stem-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
6Jugar – To playUUEJuegoJugamosJuegasJugáisJuegaJuegan
28quer er quier quer emos We want Querer (nosotros) But wait! This is a nosotros form!We want
29What 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.
30Practice 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.