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Present Tense ER Verb Conjugation. Academic Vocab Infinitive: The base form of a verb. When translated, it always includes TO + the action. Correr – To.

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1 Present Tense ER Verb Conjugation

2 Academic Vocab Infinitive: The base form of a verb. When translated, it always includes TO + the action. Correr – To run

3 Verbs in Spanish end in AR, ER, or IR. For example, think back to when we talked about activities we enjoyed. We always added an infinitive after Me gusta. Me gusta correr. I like to run

4 Academic Vocab Conjugate: To break down a verb infinitive into each subject form. In English, you would conjugate TO TALK as: I talk, you talk, he/she talks, we talk, they talk.

5 Verbs in Spanish end in AR, ER, or IR. When you conjugate a verb in Spanish, you add a new verb ending to the verb stem.

6 COMER Stem: the part of the verb that does not change when you add the verb ending.

7 For regular verbs without any spelling changes, you express the subject I by dropping the last two letters (ER) and replacing them with an o, the verb ending for YO.

8 O Start with the infinitive: COMER Now, drop the ER To eat And replace it with an O Yo como galletas.= I eat cookies. YO

9 Yo como Stem: the part of the verb that does not change. Subject pronoun: Tells us who does the action. Verb ending: the suffix you add to match the subject.

10 O Try again with another ER verb: BEBER Drop the ER To drink And replace it with an O Yo bebo café = I drink coffee YO

11 For regular verbs that end in ER, the ending of the tú form is ES, but we follow the same process.

12 ES Start with the infinitive: COMER Now, drop the ER To eat And replace it with an ES Tú comes = You eat/ Do you eat ¿Tú comes tomates? = Do you eat tomatoes?

13 ES Start with the infinitive: BEB ER Drop the ER To drink And replace it with an ES Tú bebes = You drink/Do you drink

14 ¿Tú comes hamburguesas? Sí, yo como hamburguesas.

15 For regular verbs that end in ER, the ending of the él, ella and usted form is E, and we follow the same process.

16 E Start with the infinitive: COMER Now, drop the ER To eat And replace it with an E Él come = He eats ÉL

17 E Try again with another ER verb: CORRER Drop the ER To run And replace it with an E Ella corre = She runs ELLA Maria corre = Maria runs

18 E Try again with another ER verb: LEER Drop the ER To read And replace it with an E Usted lee = You read/Do you read USTED

19 Singular ER verb conjugation SingularPlural Yo - o Tú - es Él - e Ella - e Usted - e

20 For regular verbs that end in ER, the ending of the nosotros andnosotras form is EMOS, and we follow the same process as with the singular forms.

21 EMOS Start with the infinitive: COMER Now, drop the ER To eat And replace it with an EMOS Nosotros comemos = We (boys/co-ed) eat Tomás y yo comemos cereal. = Thomas and I eat cereal. nosotros

22 For regular verbs that end in ER, the ending of the ellos, ellas and ustedes form is EN, and we follow the same process as singular verbs.

23 EN Start with the infinitive: BEBER Now, drop the ER To drink And replace it with an EN Ellos beben = They (boys/co-ed) drink. Juan y Juanita beben refrescos = Juan and Juanita drink sodas. ELLOS

24 Singular ER verb conjugation SingularPlural Yo - o Tú - es Él - e Ella - e Usted - e Nosotros - emos Nosotras - emos Ellos - en Ellas - en Ustedes - en

25 Now, write out the full conjugation of the verb BEBER. Include subject pronouns and translations. It should look exactly like the grid below. SingularPlural Yo bebo – I drinkNosotros bebemos – We drink (boys/co-ed) Nosotras bebemos – We drink (girls) Tú bebes – You drink (informal) XXXXXXXXX Él bebe – He drinks Ella bebe – She drinks Usted bebe – You drink (formal) Ellos beben – They drink (boys/co-ed) Ellas beben – They drink (girls) Ustedes beben – You all drink BEBER – To drink

26 And now… a list of question words! Who - Quién What - Qué Where - Dónde When - Cuándo Which - Cuál

27 ¿Qué comes para desayuno? What do you eat for breakfast? ¿Cuándo comes desayuno? When do you eat breakfast? ¿Quién comes desayuno? Who eats breakfast? ¿Dónde comes desayuno? Where do you eat breakfast?


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