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The Verb Jugar Cap. 4B Sra Spampinato
The Verb Jugar In Spanish, the verb jugar is used to talk about playing a sport or a game. Even though jugar uses the same endings as the other -ar verbs, it has a different stem in some forms.
The Verb Jugar For those forms, the -u- becomes -ue- .This kind of verb is called a “stem-changing verb.” (more to come!) Here are the present tense forms...
Jugar (To Play) Yo juego Tú juegas Ud. Él juega Ella Nosotros jugamosVosotros jugáis Uds. Ellos juegan Ellas
The Verb Jugar Many Spanish speakers always use jugar a and the name of the sport or game: ¿Juegas al vóleibol? Others do not use the a: ¿Juegas vóleibol?
Ir + a + infinitive Javier: ¿Van a jugar conmigo, o no? Ana: Sí, vamos a jugar contigo.
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El Verbo “Jugar” (p. 234) In Spanish, the verb jugar is used to talk about playing a sport or a game. Jugar is a “stem-changing verb”. The -u- becomes.
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