Verbs ending in -acer (ex. nacer, pacer), -ecer (ex. parecer), -ocer (ex. conocer) except for irregular hacer, satisfacer, placer, yacer, mecer, cocer; and verbs ending in -escer (ex. fosforescer) follow conjugation pattern of regular verbs ending in -er except for alternation "c" -> "zc" in 1st pers. sg. in indicative present, all persons of subjunctive present and 1st pers. pl., 3rd pers. in imperative
20 verbs follow this model. Below an extract:
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Based on the ending, you can identify features that different verbs have in common. Click on the verbs above to see their conjugation tables and explore their conjugation patterns.