In this Spanish grammar lesson you will learn about the o to ue stem changing verbs present tense conjugation.
In this lesson you will learn about:
- how o to ue stem changing verbs are conjugated in Spanish
- how o to ue stem changing verbs are used in sentences in Spanish
- how you can quiz yourself on the o to ue stem changing verbs present tense conjugation
- how you can practice with flashcards on the o to ue stem changing verbs present tense conjugation
- how and why you should use the courses of Language Atlas to learn Spanish
Please refer to the Spanish A1 Page to get a better overview of Spanish grammar, if you are curious about how this fits in the overall structure of Spanish A1.
By the end of the lesson you will know all about the o to ue stem changing verbs!
Table of Contents
O to UE Stem Changing Verbs Present Tense Conjugation Table
|encontrar (to find)||volver (to return)||dormir (to sleep)|
As you can see, in these verbs the -o changes to an –ue in the yo/tú/él/ellos forms.
Common O to UE Stem Changing Verbs
Here’s a list of common o to ue stem changing verbs:
|almorzar||to eat lunch|
|colgar||to hang (up)|
|devolver||to return (an object)|
|envolver||to wrap (up)|
|mover||to move (an object)|
|probar||to prove, test, sample, taste|
|rogar||to beg, pray|
|sonar||to sound, ring|
|soñar (con)||to dream (about)|
Example Sentences with O to UE Stem Changing Verbs Present Tense Conjugations
This section of the lesson on the o to ue stem changing verbs present tense conjugation is about seeing the verbs in action.
This is valuable because you can improve your understanding of the o to ue stem changing verbs present tense conjugation through examples.
The sentences are ordered by verb ending and subject pronoun.
Yo no encuentro mi billete.
I can’t find my ticket.
Yo recuerdo tu rostro pero no recuerdo tu nombre.
I remember your face, but I don’t remember your name.
¿A qué hora almuerzas tú?
At what time do you have lunch?
Ese pájaro no vuela.
That bird doesn’t fly.
Nosotros almorzamos al mediodía.
We have lunch at midday/noon.
Enviadme un mensaje si vosotros encontráis algo.
Send me a message if you find something.
Yo vuelvo en una hora.
I’ll be back within one hour.
¿Cuándo vuelves tú?
When are you coming back?
Mi perro mueve la cola.
My dog wags his tail.
Nosotros volvemos al barco.
We go to the ship.
¿Vosotros volvéis mañana?
Are you coming back tomorrow?
Ellos mueven las sillas a esta sala.
They’re moving the chairs to this room.
¿Dónde duermo yo?
Where do I sleep?
¿Tú no duermes bien por la noche?
Don’t you sleep well at night?
El protagonista muere al final del libro.
The protagonist dies at the end of the book.
Nosotros dormimos con las ventanas abiertas.
We sleep with the windows open.
Leeré un libro mientras vosotros dormís.
I’ll read a book while you sleep.
Los fumadores mueren jóvenes.
Smokers die young.
Quiz Yourself on the O to UE Stem Changing Verbs Present Tense Conjugation
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