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    Present tense (irregular form in the first person singular)


     

    Conjugate the verbs between parentheses in the first person singular ( = yo) of the present indicative tense ! 

     

    Example : * (poner) la mesa       Answer => pongo

     Do not type out the personal pronoun "Yo" when you answer !



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    To insert special letters:

    1. (dar) un paseo por la playa para disfrutar del aire marino.

    2. Cuando alguien me rechaza, pienso que no (valer) nada.

    3. ¡Hoy no (hacer) nada bien!

    4. No (saber) por qué Antonio no quiere hablar conmigo.

    5. Últimamente no (tener) mucho apetito.

    6. No te (conocer). ¿Cómo te llamas?

    7. Hace dos años que (conducir).

    8. Los viernes (salir) tarde del trabajo.

    9. Te aseguro que te (decir) la verdad.

    10. No (oír) bien lo que Pedro está diciendo, pero me lo puedo imaginar.

    11. (estar) muy cansado hoy.

    12. ¿No me (parecer) a él?

    13. (traducir) su desdén como un no.

    14. No (ver) nada en esta oscuridad.










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