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Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved To create the forms of regular verbs, drop the infinitive endings (–ar, –er, –ir). Then add the endings of the different subject pronouns. The chart below demonstrates how to conjugate regular –ar verbs.
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Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved The Spanish present tense has several meanings in English. Note the following examples. Ana trabaja en la cafetería.Paco viaja a Madrid mañana. Ana works in the cafeteria.Paco travels to Madrid tomorrow. Ana is working in the cafeteria.Paco is traveling to Madrid tomorrow. Ana does work in the cafeteria.Paco does travel to Madrid tomorrow.
Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Using verbs in Spanish When two verbs are used together with no change of subject, the second verb is generally in the infinitive. Deseo hablar con Maite.Necesito comprar lápices. I want to speak with Maite.I need to buy pencils.
Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Using verbs in Spanish (contd) To make a sentence negative, use no before the conjugated verb. Yo no miro la televisión.Ella no desea bailar. I dont watch television.She doesnt want to dance.
Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Using verbs in Spanish (contd) Subject pronouns are often omitted, the verb endings indicate who the subject is. ¿Hablas español?No, no hablo español. Do you speak Spanish?No, I dont speak Spanish.
Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Using verbs in Spanish (contd) Subject pronouns may be used for clarification or for emphasis. ¿Qué enseñan ellos?Él enseña arte y ella enseña química. What do they teach?He teaches art and she teaches chemistry. ¿Quién desea trabajar hoy? Yo no deseo trabajar. Who wants to work today?I dont want to work.
Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Provide the present-tense forms of the verbs. regresan 1. ¿A qué hora ___________ [regresar] ustedes? 2. Yo ___________ [hablar] español. 3. Elena y yo ___________ [estudiar] mucho. 4. A Mateo no le ___________ [gustar] bailar música electrónica. 5. Tú no ___________ [trabajar] en la cafetería. 6. Ellos ___________ [cantar] muy bien.
Copyright © 2009 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved In order to talk about activities, you need to use verbs. Verbs express actions or states.
1 1. In English and Spanish, the infinitive is the base form of the verb. 2. In English, the infinitive is preceded by the word to: to study, to be. The.
Present Tense of –ar Ending Verbs Chapter 3 Español 1.
Present tense –AR verb conjugations (singular) Verbs have two forms, infinitives [in English the to form (to study)] and the conjugated form that shows.
Present tense of regular –ar verbs. In English In English, most verbs have only two forms in the present tense so subject pronouns can’t be left out.
AR Verbs Conjugating Regular Verbs Group 1. Infinitives Infinitives are the words to + verb, such as : »To run, to play, to read, to study In Spanish,
Verbs By: Señorita McMahon. What are verbs? A verb is a word used to show that an action is taking place or to indicate the existence of a state or condition,
Present Tense of Regular –AR Verbs. An infinitive tells the meaning of a verb without naming any subject or tense. There are three kinds of infinitives,
Present Tense Verbs YO & TÚ I & YOU. Academic Vocab Infinitive: The base form of a verb. When translated, it always includes “TO” + the action. Hablar.
Spanish I -ar verb notes. Verbs in Spanish In Spanish, there are four types of verbs. -ar verbs -er verbs -ir verbs Irregular verbs Today we are going.
Topic: Conjugating –ar verbs Essential Question: How do I converse correctly using –ar verbs in the present tense? Gramática 2.2 Español 1.
Los verbos regulares en el presente Bailar, comer, vivir.
Por El Señor Redaelli. What is the Infinitive? A verb that is yet to be changed To sing, to dance to work In Spanish, there are: Ar verbs, such as ayudar.
Gustar ¿Te gusta mi coche? Sí, me gusta mucho. Verbo Gustar Use gustar to talk about what a person likes, or literally, what is pleasing to them. Gustar.
Conjugating –AR Verbs Sra. Medeles Herget Middle School.
-ar verbs. In order to read and write in Spanish, we need to be able to make sentences. Sentences in Spanish are made up of the same elements as in English:
El Verbo GUSTAR En español gustar significa to be pleasing In English, the equivalent is to like Spanish One ch.1.
Verbs in the Present Tense (Los verbos en el tiempo presente) First conjugation: -ar.
AR Verbs in the present tense. After this presentation… Remember what an infinitive is Tener/Tengo Ser/Soy Gustar/Me gusta Know the endings for AR verbs.
Verbos Regular de Español Regular Spanish Verbs Amelia Fuller.
¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 2 Present tense of regular -ar verbs Preview Verb stems Conjugating the verb Subject pronouns.
Sentence Structure Verbs and Expressions that use the Infinitive or -ing in Spanish.
Copyright © 2012 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved In Spanish, several verbs have irregular yo forms in the present tense. You have already.
Los pronombres sujetos Subject pronouns refer to the subject of the sentence, or the person/thing doing the action of the verb. Ellos(as)They Ustedes.
Yo! To conjugate an –ar verb when the subject is YO, you use the ending –o. Slice off the –ar at the end and plug in –o! 1)Caminar 2)Camin / ar 3)Camino.
Using Ink, write the correct subject pronouns in the following chart. (English & Spanish)
Ir a with Infinitives To talk about what someone is or isn’t going to do, use the present tense of ir with a followed by an infinitive. Remember than.
Vocab -ar verbs ¿Qué hora es? Tener Subject Pronouns More –ar verbs Sentences
Present Tense of –AR Verbs The present tense of regular –ar verbs is formed by dropping infinitive ending –ar and adding the personal endings –o, -as,
Conjugating -AR Verbs. Los objetivos What do all verbs in Spanish end in? What do you need to make a complete sentence? What does conjugate mean? How.
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