GO Verbs with Irregular Present Tenses

GO verbs with irregular present tense

Certain verbs are irregular (sadly for those of us who wish it were simpler!). But these verbs are just a little bit irregular in the present tense, so get to know them and it won't be so bad.

Because their Yo form ends with -go, they are called GO or even GOYO verbs. Some examples are: Venir, Hacer, Valer, Decir, Venir, Salir, Poner, Caer, Oír, and Traer.

Our old buddy Tener is sort of a hybrid Boot verb and Goyo verb.

Realidades Textbook

Online activities from the Realidades textbook

Book 1 Chapter 5B p. 256 (Venir)

Book 1 Chapter 8B p. 408 (Decir)

Book 2 Chapter PE p. 15 (Hacer, Poner, Traer, Tener)

Grammar video: Decir

Grammar video: Venir

Practice with: Venir - Decir

Exprésate Textbook Resources

Online activities from the Exprésate textbook

Book 1 Ch. 4A p. 128 (Venir)

Book 1 Ch. 4B p. 140 (Hacer, Poner, Traer, Saber, Ver, Salir)

Book 2 Ch. 1A p. 14 (Review)

Book 2 Ch. 1A p. 50 (Decir, Dar)

Practice - Venir - Hacer, Poner, Traer, Saber, Ver, Salir - Decir, Dar

The verb venir and a plus time.mp4
Barbara Kuczun Nelson's Spanish Language & Culture

Self-correcting exercises

Practice with Present Tense Verbs

Wordreference.com Online Spanish-English Dictionary

Online Dictionary, Verb Conjugator, and Language Forums

StudySpanish.com Online Grammar Practice

Grammar explanations with self-correcting exercises

Verbs that are irregular in the Yo form

Señor Jordan's Spanish Videos

Excellent grammar explanations with video

VideoEle: Learn Spanish online

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Quizziz Game

Online games and homework

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Spanish Proficiency Exercises from the University of Texas at Austin

Video interviews, podcasts, and grammar explanations

Spanish Grammar Lessons

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Zambombazo: An Explosion of Language and Culture

Music videos and activities for practice

Present tense irregular verbs

Music videos to help you learn!

Tener, Venir, Poner, Decir, Hacer, Traer, Salir, Valer

Venir, Hacer, Valer, Decir, Venir, Salir, Poner

Review of most present tenses

Practice your conjugations with this verb chant!

The verb hacer in the present.mp4