Simpler way to remember these

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Simpler way to remember these

Not a question, but I think a much better way to put this would be ú -> ue, meaning the "u" becomes "ue" when stressed. That holds across all tenses (also for voseo) and needs no special cases at all (assuming the usual ge -> gue to keep the g sound from getting mangled). Turns it into a single simple fact to remember.

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Simpler way to remember these

Not a question, but I think a much better way to put this would be ú -> ue, meaning the "u" becomes "ue" when stressed. That holds across all tenses (also for voseo) and needs no special cases at all (assuming the usual ge -> gue to keep the g sound from getting mangled). Turns it into a single simple fact to remember.

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