Irregular Verbs - Present Tense  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Irregular Spanish Verbs

Regular verbs follow standard rules of conjugation. An irregular verb is one which does NOT follow standard rules of conjugation. Some example sentences using irregular verbs in the present tense are shown below:

No, yo salgo a caminar.
No, I go for a walk.
(No, I'm going for a walk.)

Vengo de la montaña.
I come from the mountain.
(I am coming from the mountain.)

Veo a mi madre.
I see my mother.

Voy a México.
I go to Mexico.
(I'm going to Mexico.)

Os lo agradezco.
I thank you all.

Yo sigo un camión.
I follow a truck.
(I am following a truck.)

Some irregular Spanish verbs follow a predictable pattern. To assist us in learning, these verbs have been placed into "Irregular Verb Groups". Follow the links below to learn more about each of these types of irregular Spanish verbs.

"ir" changes to "go"

"c" changes to "zc"

"g" changes to "j"

"gu" changes to "g"

accented endings

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