20 Common Irregular Present Participles in Spanish that you need to know

In our previous post here, we discussed how to form present participles in Spanish verbs. However today, we will show you some common irregular present participles in Spanish. Now these Spanish verbs are called irregular because when conjugated, they are formed a little different than the typical way we form the present participles. See a few below that I thought you might consider:

  1. vestirse – to dress oneself  – vistiendose
  2. vestir – to dress – vistiendo
  3. venir – to come – viniendo
  4. traer – to bring – trayendo
  5. servir – to servir – sirviendo
  6. seguir – to follow – siguiendo
  7. repetir – to repeat – repitiendo
  8. reír– to laugh – riendo
  9. poder – to be able – pudiendo
  10. pedir – to ask (for) or to request something – pidiendo
  11. oír– to hear – oyendo
  12. morir – to die – muriendo
  13. mentir – to lie – mintiendo
  14. leer – to read – leyendo
  15. ir – to go – yendo
  16. huir – to flee – huyendo
  17. dormir – to sleep – durmiendo
  18. divertirse – to enjoy oneself – divirtiendose
  19. destruir – to destroy – destruyendo
  20. decir – to say – diciendo

Keep in mind that these are just a few of the many irregular Spanish verbs that deviate from the typical dropping of the tails ar, er, and ir and adding the ando, iendo, iendo endings to infinitives. Don’t worry. Learning irregular present participles in Spanish are not hard if you have the right help. To schedule private online Spanish tutoring services, please visit here.

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