Irregular Verbs - mover  

The verb "mover" (to move) is irregular because the present subjunctive conjugations do not follow the norm which you previously learned.

The table below shows how to conjugate "mover" in the present subjunctive:

present subjunctive - mover (conjugation)
yo mueva (that I may move)
muevas (that you may move)
Ud./él/ella mueva (that you/he/she may move)
nosotros (as) movamos (that we may move)
vosotros (as) mováis (that you guys may move)
Uds./ellos/ellas muevan (that you all/they may move)
Footnote: yo = I, tú = you (informal), usted (Ud.) = you (formal), él = he, ella = she, nosotros = we (males/mixed group), nosotras = we (females), vosotros = you guys (informal, males/mixed group), vosotras = you guys (informal, females), ellos = they (males/mixed group), ellas = they (females), ustedes (Uds.) = you all (formal)
Other Verbs Conjugated like Mover
Absolver (to absolve)       Cocer  (to bake, to cook)
Demoler  (to demolish)      Doler  (to ache)
Promover (to promote)       Moler  (to grind)
Morder   (to bite)          Soler  (to be accustomed)
Oler     (to smell)         Torcer (to twist)

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