Portuguese irregular verbs – Saber conjugation and others
Hi and welcome to our Portuguese Basic Tips about Portuguese irregular verbs.
On today’s episode, we are going to speak about Portuguese irregular verbs. I prepared a few tables containing some ways to combine irregular verbs in the present tense.
As you may know, Irregular verbs are verbs that suffer some changes to their root or to their endings. In any language, I think it’s a tough subject, because we don’t have a rule to apply in those cases. So, what’s the deal here? I can’t speak about all irregular verbs of the Portuguese language.
My point is: I’ll try to choose a few irregular verbs in the present tense that I think you need to know. Unlike the last episode, I will not repeat the combinations many times, instead , I will add a few more examples using verbs, right? So, I’m counting on you to listen to this episode as many times as you need, until you find you learned all its content.
Those tables below have the conjugations of the verbs ser (to be), estar (to be), fazer (to do or to make), ir (to go), saber (to know) and dar (to go). All of them are in the present tense.
Ser conjugation – To be
Estar conjugation – To Be
Fazer conjugation – To do
Ir conjugation – To go
Dar conjugation – To give
Saber conjugation – To know
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See you next time.