Hello everybody! By this time you already know about principles of verb conjugation in Portuguese... good... good... Well, as you speak English, you know that life isn't only made of regular verbs. So let's see basic topics about Portuguese verb conjugation for some irregular verbs.
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As the name suggests, irregular verbs don't follow those rules that we discussed in the previous articles of this series. Remember them? They are pretty simple and if you want a review just click this link: Portuguese Regular Verbs (Present Tense) - Part II
Well, I have good and bad news for you. The bad one is that besides having the most complex conjugation "rules" irregular verbs are the most common, so you can't get rid of them. The good one is that you will master them really fast as you already have mastered the regular conjugation! Let's see some examples:
|Rebels of first conjugation: ESTAR [to be], DAR [to give]|
Please give me some examples of phrases using these verbs and pronouns:
1) If you want to review subject pronouns concepts, click this link: Portuguese subject pronouns
|Rebels of second conjugation: SER [to be], TER [to have]|
Now give me more examples:
1) If you need information about the difference between "Ser" and "Estar", click this link: The Verbs "Ser" and "Estar" in Portuguese
|Rebels of third conjugation: IR [to go], PÔR [to put]|
Can you give me more examples?