Spanish grammar 43. The Simple perfect tense. Irregular verbs The simple preterit perfect is the
past tense in Spanish with more irregular verbs. Those changes are
different according to the group of verbs. There are verbs like driving, bringing, or
saying that they have an irregularity in common. Let’s see their grammatical forms: drive. I, you, he, she, it, we,
you they. I drove, you drove, he/she/it droves, we drove, you drove, they drove. Bring: I, you, he, she, it, we,
you they. I brought, you brought, he/she/it brought, we brought, you brought they brought say I, you, he, she, it, we,
you, they. I said, you said, he said,
we said, you said, they said. These three verbs have a special form in the root like verbs have / be / be able to. Share,
in addition the same terminations except the forms of, they, them, you.
But it’s not -ieron, it’s eron. The verbs flee, flow or build are
characterized by the use of the y in their forms of present. In the infinitive
it also appears and they also share this characteristic with the verb to fall, let’s see its forms. run
I, you, he, she, it, we, you they
I fled, you fled, he fled, we fled, you fled, they fled. I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they, I influenced, you influenced, he/she/it influenced We influenced, you influenced, they influenced. I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they. I fell, you fell, he/she/it fell, we fell, you fell, they fell Finally the last group of irregular verbs in indefinite is characterized by having a purely orthographic change to respect the sound of original verb This is the case of verbs like:
begin, start, reach, or search. Let’s know their grammatical forms: Start
I, you, he, she, it, we, you they. I started, you started, he/she/it started, we started,
you started, they started. Arrive.
I, you, he, she, it, we, you they. I arrived You arrived, he/she/it arrived, we arrived, you arrived, they arrived. Search
I, you, he, she, it, we, you they. I searched, you searched, he/she/it searched, we searched, you searched,
they searched. In both sentences the subject is general but the subject has two forms: singular and plural form
of the verb depends on the object of after this spelling change only occurs
in the shape of the I verb, irregularity, example: drive,
bring, say: irregular root + e, iste, imos, ísteis, eron. The other day I drove 10 hours. They told me wonderful things about
you. To fall, to flee, to build. Use of y: my father
built this house, the thieves fled from the police.
Start, arrive, find: Orthographic change in the form of the I. I started to studying Spanish a year ago. I came to Madrid yesterday. I looked for you everywhere and I did not find you.