Jugar means to play. When conjegated in the yo form, would it be jugo, or the same as juice?
Conjugation and vocabulary
Hello, and welcome to the forum. The present indicative yo-form of jugar is juego. You may be interested to know that at the bottom of each SD dictionary entry for verbs, there is a verb chart with the most common tense conjugations of the verb in all the different persons. To see a chart for all the tenses of a particular verb, just click on the link at the bottom of the chart. To access this feature directly, just click here.
Jugar is a stem changing verb, 'u' to 'ue'. Jugar becomes juego in the 1st person singular. Check out the conjugation tool on this site (under the 'More' menu).