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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.

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1 Por El Señor Redaelli

2 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 (to help) Er verbs, such as leer (to read Ir verbs, such as abrir (to open)

3 ar Verbs: The I form - Yo To change an "ar" verb to the "I" form, all you do is take the "ar" out of the verb and change it for an "o Bailar – To dance Yo bailo Cantar – To sing Yo canto Dibujar – To draw Yo dibujo Note: You do not have to say yo – You can say, instead: Bailo, or Canto, or Dibujo

4 You Informal – He – She – You Formal Tú, Él, Ella, Usted To change an "ar" verb to the "you (Informal)" form Take the "ar" out of the verb and change it for an "as Tú ayudas – You help (ayudar) Tú cantas – You sing (cantar) To change an "ar" verb to the "he/she/you (formal)" form Take the "ar" out of the verb and change it for an "a Él baila – He dances (bailar) Ella dibuja – She draws (dibujar) Usted trabaja – You work (trabajar)

5 More on "Él" or "Ella" You can change "Él" or "Ella" for a name: Juan habla ingles Juan speaks English Veronica termina la tarea Veronica finishes her homework

6 When you are talking about yourself, do not have to say the pronoun. For Example: You can say, Lavo la ropa, instead of Yo lavo la ropa (I wash the clothes).

7 Other ways to use verbs would be: El estudiante no estudia – El estudiante = Él *** Notice the Él, with an accent is he, but without the accent, it means "the."

8 Some Sentences Does she sing? ¿Canta ella? Does Paulina help around the house? ¿Ayuda en la casa Paulina? Él habla español - He speaks Spanish Ella trabaja en un restaurante - She works at a restaurant Usted canta - You (formal) sing El patina - He skates

9 More Sentences! Usted estudia matemáticas - You (formal) study math Catalina baila bien - Catalina dances well Pedro necesita el libro de ciencias - Pedro needs the science book Usted toca el piano - You (formal) play the piano ¿Trabaja mucho él? - Does he work much? ¿Escucha música Isabel? - Does Isabel listen to music?

10 Other Helpful Stuff! (yo) bailo - I dance (tú) bailas – You dance (yo) nado – I swim (tú) nadas – You swim Él nada. – He swims. Juan nada. – Juan swims. ¿Tú nadas? – Do you swim? Sí, (yo) nado. - Yes, I swim. No, (yo) no nado. – No, I do not swim. bien – well, fine el libro de ciencias – science book en un restaurante – in/at the restaurante matemáticas – math el piano - piano

11 Thank You Very Much! and ….. Help our Economy … Eat at Taco Bell!!!


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