There’s another group that, while not stem-changers in the same way as we saw before, follow a similar pattern to the stem-changing groups. This is the UIR → Y subgroup, with verbs like incluir (to include).
Tip: ‑UIR is typically pronounced like weird without the ‑d. The exception is when ‑UIR comes after the letter G, like seguir (to follow). In that case, it’s pronounced 'eer.'
Below is a list of some UIR → Y verbs:
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