Present tense: regular verbs: -ar, -er, -ir.
August 28, 2015
- EL INFINITIVO – PARTES DE UN VERBO
Remember the meaning of the personal pronouns:
Yo = I
Tú = You singular (one person)
Él = He
Ella = She
Usted = You singular and formal (polite, old person or very important person/situation)
Nosotros = We mixed group of people or We just men
Nosotras = We group of women
Vosotros = You mixed group of people or We just men
Vosotras = You group of women
Ellos = They mixed group of people or They just men
Ellas = They group of women
Ustedes = You plural and formal (polite, old group of people or very important peop
PRESENTE DE INDICATIVO
In Spanish there are 3 goups of verbs or endings:
- AR verbs: example - hablar (=to talk); estudiar (=to study), trabajar (=to work), etc.
-ER verbs: example - comer (=to eat); beber (=to drink); correr (=to run), etc.
-IR verbs: example - vivir (=to live); escribir (=to write); recibir (=to recieve), ect.
In order to conjugate, we drop the ending "-ar", "-er" or "-ir" and we add the ending we need. Look at the table below.
¡Yo can conjugate any regular verb in Spanish in present tense!
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