Presentación del tema: "-go Verbs Small but very important group of verbs that we call the “-go” verbs. These verbs are: Hacer: to make/do Poner: to put Tener : to have Traer:"— Transcripción de la presentación:
-go Verbs Small but very important group of verbs that we call the “-go” verbs. These verbs are: Hacer: to make/do Poner: to put Tener : to have Traer: to bring Venir: to come
Why are these grouped together?? Good question! Lets look at the verb tener. Do you remember why the yo form was special?
Correcto! yo tengo: the yo form ends in –go. So what do you think the yo form of venir is?
On the “go” yo vengo How about the yo forms for: Poner Yo pongo Correcto!
Wait! There’s more! There are a few quirks: hacer > yo hago traer > yo traigo
Let’s look at those “yo” forms again… Hacer: yo hago Poner: yo pongo Tener : yo tengo Traer: yo traigo Venir: yo vengo
What about those other forms?? They are regular !! For example: hacer yo hago tú haces él hace nosotros hacemos ellos hacen
Venir VENIR changes its stem, just like TENER: yo vengo tú vienes él,ella Ud. viene nosotros venimos ellos, ellas, Uds. vienen
In conclusion… The – go verbs have an irregular yo form: hago, pongo, tengo, traigo vengo The other forms are regular according to their conjugations. For example, trai go, traes, trae, traemos, traen Tener & venir are stem-changing verbs and also change in the tú, él, and ellos forms: tienes, tiene, tienen; vienes, viene, vienen