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    • Stem-changingverbse to i
    • Remember, there are three types ofinfinitives: -ar, -er, -ir. Infinitives are madeup of two parts: the ending and the stem. Inthe following examples, the stem isunderlined and the ending is in bold.hablarcomervivir
    • With regular verbs, the stem stays the same, andthe ending changes as they are conjugated.Hablo como vivoHablas comes vivesHabla come viveHablamos Comemos VivimosHabláis Coméis vivísHablan comen viven
    • With the third group of stem-changing verbs, theletter e in the stem changes to i in all forms exceptthe nosotros and vosotros.repetirrepitorepitesrepiterepetimosrepetísrepiten
    • Heres another e:i stem changing verb. Compare it to theregular verb vivir. Notice that the endings are the same forregular verbs and stem-changing verbs.competir (e:i)vivir (regular -ir verb)compitovivocompitesvivescompitevivecompetimosvivimoscompetísvivíscompitenviven
    • Heres another e:i stem-changing verb. Notice howthe stem doesnt change in the nosotros andvosotros forms.pedir (e:i)pidopidespidepedimospedíspiden
    • Here is a list of common e:i stem-changing verbs.Make a list of them in your notebook.bendecir (*) to bless impedir to impedecolegirto deduce maldecir (*)to cursecompetir to compete medir to measureconseguir to get, obtain pedir to ask for, to ordercorregir to correct perseguir to pursue, to persecutedecir (*) to say, tell reírto laughdespedir to dismiss, fire repetirto repeatelegir to elect seguirto follow, continuefreír to fry servir to servegemir to groan, moan sonreír to smile• These verbs also have irregular YO forms-bendigo, digo, maldigo)
    • Yo pido una hamburguesa.Tú sigues el balón.El sonríe.Nosotros gemimos cuando ella perde el balón.Vosotros repetís las reglas.Ellos compiten en el partido.