Navarrese should not be mixed with
- Navarro-Aragonese (See article(approve sites)), a medieval language that was spoken in the in the Ebro valley and that is related to today's Aragonese
- High/Upper Navarrese that are dialects of Basque.
Navarrese uses conditional whereas Standard Spanish uses the subjunctive imperfect.
In addition the accent of some strong preterites differs between Navarrese and Standard Spanish:
|hacer to do||hizo||hizó|
|venir to come||vine||viné|
|estar to be||estuve||estuvé|
|decir to say||dije||dijé|
- García de Diego, Vicente. Dialectología Española. Madrid. 1978.