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Spanish Present Tense - First person Irregular - Part II

14 important Spanish verbs that are irregular only in the first person (yo):

salir, proponer, traer, recoger, conducir, traducir, producir, caer, dirigir, agradecer, exigir, proteger, suponer and coger.

On this page you will find the meaning of those verbs and the verb conjugation only in first person singular (yo). I'm not including other persons since they are regular in present tense. If you are not familiar with regular verb conjugation you may visit the following pages first:

Before learning verb conjugation, get familiar with the meaning of these Spanish verbs

Here is a quick activity to discover and memorize the meaning of these commonly used Spanish verbs: (below you'll find verb conjugation, pronunciation and exercises)



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Good! Now that you are familiar with the meaning of these verbs and with the Present tense, listen and memorize the verb conjugation below. All these verbs are irregular verbs, so watch carefully how they change:



salir

yo salgo

tú sales, él sale, etc.
proponer

yo propongo

tú propones, él propone, etc.
traer

yo traigo

tú traes, él trae, etc.
recoger

yo recojo

tú recoges, él recoge, etc.
conducir

yo conduzco

tú conduces, él conduce, etc.
traducir

yo traduzco

tú traduces, él traduce, etc.
producir

yo produzco

tú produces, él produce, etc.

caer

yo caigo

tú caes, él cae, etc.
dirigir

yo dirijo

tú diriges, él dirige, etc.
agradecer

yo agradezco

tú agradeces, él agradece, etc.
exigir

yo exijo

tú exiges, él exige, etc...
proteger

yo protejo

tú proteges, él protege ,etc.
suponer

yo supongo

tú supones, él supone, etc.
coger

yo cojo

tú coges, él coge, etc.

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1. Exercise - Present tense irregular verbs Part II

Practice by conjugating the verbs. Use the first person only (yo):

proponer (to propose) ----
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recoger (to pick up) ----
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suponer (to suppose) ----
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caer (to fall) ----
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salir (to go out) ----
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proteger (to protect) ----
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traer (to take [here], to bring) ----
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coger (to take, to catch) ----
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exigir (to demand - to require) ----
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producir (to produce) ----
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agradecer (to thank [for]) ----
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conducir (to drive, to conduct) ----
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traducir (to translate) ----
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dirigir (to direct) ----
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