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5 November 2017
How exactly is leer irregular?
It looks like it follows the same pattern as regular -er verbs: remove the -er and add the regular -er verb endings. It looks a little funny because you get the double e in some forms, but isn't it still the same regular pattern, or am I missing something?
This relates to:Conjugate leer in El Presente ( present tense) -
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