actuar model in Spanish conjugation

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Ending : -uar

Verbs ending in-uar (except for verbs in -cuar that also have regular conjugation forms, verbs that follow the conjugation pattern of averiguar and apropincuar that is regular) follow the conjugation pattern of regular verbs in -ar but have alternation in stem "u" -> "ú" in 1st, 2nd, 3rd pers.sing. and 3rd pers.pl. in imperative, indicative and subjunctive present: actuar / actúa

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