What is the difference between regular and irregular verbs in Spanish?
A regular verb in Spanish follows established guidelines. Irregular verbs have their own rules.
The verb Comer means 'to eat'. Any time you see a word related to Comer, someone or something is going to eat, or did eat, or wants to eat, etc.
The verb 'Ir' means 'to go'. However, there are no words related to go that actually have 'Ir' in them. Example: past tense is 'fue'.
Words that follow their own rules are known as irregular