Way to go! You’ve made it so far, VerbMasters! You’ve tackled almost all of the present subjunctive. Now, if you remember the first steps of forming the present subjunctive, you will recall that we started with the yo form from the present indicative and removed the ‑O.
Were you wondering what happens to the verbs that don’t end in ‑O in the yo form, like yo soy or yo voy or yo estoy?
Don’t worry–we have you covered. There are a few irregular verbs we will deal with here. They are the verbs where the yo form in the present indicative doesn’t end in ‑O.
We can remember them with the handy acronym DISHES: dar, ir, ser, haber, estar, saber. Check out their conjugations below, and get ready for lots of practice!
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