-ir Verbs (Regular) Present Tense


-ir verbs from the Spanish in Texas Corpus

subir  to go up
yo subo nosotros/as subimos
tú subes
él/ella/usted sube ellos/as/ustedes suben
past participle: subido

Verbs with infinitives ending in ir form a third group of regular verbs, often called third conjugation verbs. To form the present tense conjugations of these verbs, drop the ir from the infinitive and add the third conjugation endings (-o, -es, -e, -imos, -en) to the resulting stem.  The following example show the –ir verb abrir conjugated in the present tense.

Yo pienso que te abre más campos.
I think it offers more opportunities to you.