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Yo Go Verbs
Transcript of Yo Go Verbs
Hacer - To do/to make
Poner- to put
Venir- to come
Explain what a "yo go" verb is in
your own words and provide an example.
*Hacer, poner, salir, decir, traer, venir*
By Olivia Ingrassia, Grace DeGeorge, Melissa Casey, Kelsie Dougherty, Amanda Salva, and Chris Klaritch
A 'yo go' verb is an irregular verb in which the yo form conjugation ends with a -go.
Example: Tener ---> Tengo
Besides the yo form, everything is regular
How do you conjugate yo go verbs?
Step 1: Recognize the verb and know that it is a yo go.
Step 2: Chop off the ending (-ar, -er, or -ir)
Step 3: Add a 'go' at the end of the stem for the Yo form.
Step 4: Conjugate the rest of the endings.
in the present tense
Now, let's look at some yo go verbs.
Salir- to leave/go out
Decir- to say/to tell
Keep in mind that decir is an e-> i
stem changer. Decir is both a yo go
and a boot verb in the present tense.
Traer- to bring/carry
**Do not forget the 'i' in traigo. Other than that, the rest of the conjugations are regular.
Keep in mind that, like decir, venir is a stem changing verb as well as a Yo Go. Venir is an e-> ie stem changer. However, venir is a 'shoe verb' sine the yo form does not get a stem change!