Lesson Objectives: In this lesson, we will learn about verbs that are both irregular and have a stem change. We will then cover a few more names of places found in a city.Vocabulary:la estación de tren - the train stationel café - the cafela plaza - the plazala tienda - the storeel cine - the movie theaterel aeropuerto - the airportel banco - the bankel nombre - the nameWe have covered almost everything about conjugating in the present indicative tense. The last thing to know is about verbs that are both irregular AND stem-changing.We've already seen tener, to have.Yo tengo.Tú tienes.Él, ella o usted tiene.Nosotros tenemos.Ellos, ellas o ustedes tienen.As you can see, tener is irregular in the 'yo' form. 'Yo tengo'. I have.In all other forms, it's a stem-changer. The 'e' changes to an 'ie'. 'tienes'. 'tiene'. 'tienen'.Let's look at another example: decir, which means 'to say'.Yo digo.Tú dices.Él, ella, o usted dice.Nosotros decimos.Ellos, ellas, o ustedes dicen.Again in the 'yo' form it's irregular. Digo. In all other forms, it's an 'e' to 'i' stem-changer. Dices. Dice. Dicen. Seguir means 'to follow'. It's conjugated just like 'decir'. Yo 'sigo'. 'Tu sigues'. 'Ustedes siguen'. etc..You will review all of these different verbs and conjugations in the upcoming exercises.