First and second person plurals

William C1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

First and second person plurals

Notice how for all these verbs, the vowel -e- from the infinitive that is closer to the end of the word becomes -i- except in the nosotros and vosotros forms.

Listen to these examples :

Ha dicho eso para que nos sintamos mejor.
He said that to make us feel better.

No os sintáis obligados a venir.
Don't feel obliged to come.

No mintamos más.
Let's not lie any more.

Is the wording correct, should "except" be deleted here?  

Notice how for all these verbs, the vowel -e- from the infinitive that is closer to the end of the word becomes -i-   IN the nosotros and vosotros forms.

Asked 11 months ago
SilviaKwiziq team member

¡Hola William!

You are right and the wording is not correct, we have already changed it.

¡Muchas gracias!

Silvia.

First and second person plurals

Notice how for all these verbs, the vowel -e- from the infinitive that is closer to the end of the word becomes -i- except in the nosotros and vosotros forms.

Listen to these examples :

Ha dicho eso para que nos sintamos mejor.
He said that to make us feel better.

No os sintáis obligados a venir.
Don't feel obliged to come.

No mintamos más.
Let's not lie any more.

Is the wording correct, should "except" be deleted here?  

Notice how for all these verbs, the vowel -e- from the infinitive that is closer to the end of the word becomes -i-   IN the nosotros and vosotros forms.

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