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2 December 2017
What about the ¨-yendo¨ ending?
Am I wrong, when I was studying Spanish in high school, I clearly remember there being -yendo so there are not so many vowels next to each other. Caer -- Cayendo / Creer -- Creyendo / Leer -- Leyendo and so on and so forth. Is that not correct?
This question relates to:Spanish lesson "Forming El Presente Progresivo with estar + gerund (present progressive)"
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Hi Alexander - a number of Spanish verbs have -yendo as the ending of the present participle (which, when it is used as a noun like this is known as a 'gerund').
Here's a list:
Hope that helps!
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