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01066 Present Tense – Stem-changing Verbs (o-ue)

Hola. In this lesson, we’ll be talking about verbs that go through a change in the middle. We call them stem-changing verbs. In this video, we discuss one type, those that change from o-ue.

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Additional help:

Vocabulario:

  • sustantivos (nouns):
  • allá­ – there
  • el lugar – the place
  • el niño – the boy (child)
  • el perro – dog
  • el sofá – the couch
  • el teléfono – telephone
  • el tren – the train
  • eso – that
  • la biblioteca – library
  • la escuela – school
  • la panadería – the bread store
  • las cosas – things
  • las flores – flowers
  • las hamburguesas – hamburgers
  • las ovejas – the sheep
  • las plantas – plants
  • la tienda – the store
  • los abuelos – grandparents
  • los compañeros – class mates
  • los gatos – cats
  • los juguetes – toys
  • los trabajadores – the workers
  • ¿quién? – who?
  • todo – everything, all
  • un chiste – a joke

verbos (verbs):

  • apestar – to stink
    • apesta – it stinks
  • comer – to eat
    • comen – they eat
  • dejar- to leave
    • dejó – s/he left
  • hace frío – it’s cold
  • leer – to read
    • lees – you read
  • llamarse – to call oneself
    • se llama – he calls himself / she calls herself
  • llevar – to take
    • lleva – s/he takes
  • poder – to be able to; can
    • puede – s/he can
  • ser – to be
    • es – s/he is
  • visitar – to visit
    • visitas – you visit
  • vivir – to live
    • vive – s/he lives

otro (other):

  • a – to
  • a las once y media – at 11:30
  • a las siete – at 7:00
  • al lado de – beside, next to
  • bonito – beautiful
  • casi – almost
  • ¿cómo? – how?
  • cuando – when
  • ¿cuánto? – how much?
  • de – of
  • de la mañana – in the morning
  • de repente – suddenly
  • desde hace cuatro días – since four days have passed / for four days
  • después de [verb] – after [doing]
  • donde – where
  • ¿dónde? – where?
  • dos – two
  • en – in, at, on
  • ese – that
  • interesante – interesante
  • jamás – never
  • lo que – what; that which
  • los fines de semana – on the weekends
  • mismo – same
  • mucho – a lot
  • muchos – many
  • no – no
  • nada – nothing
  • nunca – never
  • porque – because
  • raro – weird, strange
  • siempre – always
  • sólo – only
  • su(s) – his/her
  • tarde – late
  • todavía – still
  • todos los días – every day
  • su – his/her
  • tan – so
  • tu – your
  • un poco – a little (bit)

Related videos: 

  1. -AR verb ending song
  2. -ER verb ending song
  3. -IR verb ending song
  4. Present Tense – Jugar
  5. Present Tense – Stem-Changing Verbs (e-ie)
  6. Present Tense – Stem-Changing Verbs (e-i)

7 Responses

  1. ¡Holá!
    Muchas gracias por tus videos, son excelentes.
    Tengo una pregunta: ¿Qué debe ser a las 6:15 “que llevEn” o “que llevAn”? Porque no entiendo esto…

  2. Do you have worksheets available to go along with your video lessons? I love your videos and show them to my students on a regular basis. I have made a few worksheets to go along with your videos and they make for a great lesson.

  3. I am 70 and live in Cuenca Ecuador and learning spanish. I so appreciate you and your videos.
    A quick question…how do remove the tag with the lesson name/number etc as it overlays the spanish text at the top of the youtube?

    I have examples I can send you but this won’t let me import a picture.

    Muchas gracias!

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