Why does the verb "rehusar" have an accent on the u in some of its present tense conjugations? Is it an irregular -ar verb?
The verb rehusar
The R A E also has written accents. I assume that the reason is that 'h' is silent and, thus, (for example in 'rehúso') the 'e' and 'u' could be expected to form a diphthong and, since 'u' is a 'closed' vowel, one might expect the stress to be on the 'open' vowel ('e'). However, in point of fact, the stress is on the 'u'. hence, the need to write a tilde to reflect the actual pronunciation.
According to this conjugation chart I do not see the accents you are describing. Can you explain further?
I have alerted firstname.lastname@example.org of this apparent error in the conjugator.
Welcome to the forum, Sofia.
According to the conjugation tool at the top of the page under more, it doesn't have any tildes except for vosotros, and it appears to be a regular -ar verb.
Have you seen it with tildes somewhere else?