Saber (to know) is irregular only in the yo form in El Presente in Spanish, but the rest of the conjugations follow the regular rule.
Learn how to conjugate "saber" in El Presente in Spanish
|él / ella / usted||sabe|
|nosotros / nosotras||sabemos|
|vosotros / vosotras||sabéis|
|ellos / ellas / ustedes||saben|
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Note that another meaning of "saber" is "to taste", for example:
La comida sabe bien.
The food tastes nice.
When "saber" has this meaning, the conjugation remains the same as when it means "to know".
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