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regular and irregular verb<br />
By the way they combine, there are two kinds of verbs: regular and irregular.Regular verbs are those that retain the same ...
Are considered regular verbs have changes in their root in some forms of spelling ground only:<br />
VERB IRREGULAR<br />Irregular verbs are those that change the result in some time or people, some endings are different fr...
<ul><li>Irregular verbs are those that do not retain the same root in all its forms, or have different endings conjugation...
First person singular present indicative.
Third person singular simple present perfect tense.
First person singular future indicative</li></li></ul><li>
Extent of theirregularity<br />Verbal irregularities can be classified into several groups according to the tenses that ar...
Last groupIf the third person irregular present perfect simple, so is the imperfect subjunctive, imperfect subjunctive fut...
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  1. 1. regular and irregular verb<br />
  2. 2. By the way they combine, there are two kinds of verbs: regular and irregular.Regular verbs are those that retain the same root in all its forms and have the endings of their conjugation model (jump, eat, live.)<br />
  3. 3. Are considered regular verbs have changes in their root in some forms of spelling ground only:<br />
  4. 4. VERB IRREGULAR<br />Irregular verbs are those that change the result in some time or people, some endings are different from the model of conjugation or both happen at once.<br />
  5. 5. <ul><li>Irregular verbs are those that do not retain the same root in all its forms, or have different endings conjugation model, or both.To determine whether a verb is regular or irregular enough to observe the following:
  6. 6. First person singular present indicative.
  7. 7. Third person singular simple present perfect tense.
  8. 8. First person singular future indicative</li></li></ul><li>
  9. 9. Extent of theirregularity<br />Verbal irregularities can be classified into several groups according to the tenses that are affected.This GroupIf irregular the first person present tense, so is the present subjunctive and normally the imperative.<br />
  10. 10. Last groupIf the third person irregular present perfect simple, so is the imperfect subjunctive, imperfect subjunctive future, and sometimes the gerund.Future GroupIf a verb is irregular in the future indicative, it is also irregular in the conditional.<br />
  11. 11. Not all irregular verbs with impaired in all groups. For example, the verb is irregular flight this group (flight, flew, fly), whereas the verb to have irregularities in the three groups (get, put, put).<br />
  12. 12. presentedby<br />Wendy león<br />Yina Martin<br />Camila López<br />Néstor bravo<br />11-2<br />
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