Verbs with Irregular First Persons

The following Spanish verbs are irregular in the present tense in the first person only. For additional study on this topic, review our grammar lesson on verbs with irregular first persons.

caer (to fall)
yo caigo

traer (to bring)
yo traigo

caber (to fit)
yo quepo

hacer (to do, make)
yo hago

poner (to put, place)
yo pongo

saber (to know something)
yo sé

salir (to leave)
yo salgo

valer (to be worth)
yo valgo

ver (to see)
yo veo

Important note: learning these is doubly important, since the verb forms of the present subjunctive mood are based upon the yo form of the present indicative!