Is it always the rule that if an irregular verb ends in '------tener' or '-----poner' then the endings follow as above
ps - as a flippant after thought - would that make them 'regular irregular verbs' or 'irregular regular verbs'
Jane,Jane C wrote:Hi Ellsam,
Yes, poner and tener belong to a small group of verbs that have irregular forms in the future and conditional tenses (pondré, pondría, tendré, tendría).
Therefore compounds of these verbs made with prefixes (componer, mantener etc.) will do the same. I never dare say "always", but in this case, I think so.
Yes, you will progress, Ellsam.Ellsam wrote:I feel that until I can understand the correct use of verbs within the Spanish language I won't progress to a level that is acceptable.
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