• anonymous
Please answer the following questions about the verb endings for -AR, -ER, and -IR regular (and irregular) verbs. What similarity do you notice with the YO form endings: -o, -oy? Please and thank you very much
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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  • anonymous
Would the answer be simply this: The stem of the verb changes on all form that pertain to the YO form>>>>
  • osanseviero let me check if I understood correctly. You want to see the similarity between verbs that end in AR, ER or IR when they end in -o, oy.

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