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Verb = a word that shows action Example: bailar, comer, dormir There are 3 types of verbs in SPANISH… AR, ER, IR
When verbs end in AR, ER, or IR they mean “to ________” EXAMPLE : bailar = to dance Me gusta bailar. = I like to dance. Yo quiero jugar. = I want to play.
In English, you do NOT say… You to speak Spanish. I swims in the pool. We studies math. He dance everyday
BAILAR BAIL AR
I = yo You tú He/she/it = Él/ella We = nosotros They = ellos
O As A Amos An Yo bailo Tú bailas El baila Nosotros bailamos Ellos bailan
Conjugating: ar Verbs Part I
Verbs By: Señorita McMahon.
Present Tense 3 types of verbs in Spanish: -AR, -ER, -IR
Capítulo 1 The Verb: Ser.
Present Progressive. Pattern ESTAR Pattern ESTAR + STEM.
Vocab -ar verbs ¿Qué hora es? Tener Subject Pronouns More –ar verbs Sentences
Regular present subjunctive mood
Present Progressive!!!. Why is it used? Used to talk about what is happening right now. Many times it is used in Spanish when in English we would use.
–AR Verbs What are they? How do you conjugate them? Why do you conjugate them?
SABER To know information / how to do something. SABER = to know SABER is another verb that has an irregular YO form. Use SABER to talk about information.
In English and Spanish, the infinitive is the base form of the verb.
The Verb IR + A + Infinitive REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Gustar w/ Infinitives. Gustar w/ infinitives Last year, we used gustar to state what you like… – Me gusta la pizza. – Me gustan los videojuegos. We will.
Bailar cantar Verbos “ar’ Maestra Diaz Español 2 escuchar patinar.
The Present Tense.
1. There are 3 verbs in this sentence, what do you notice about the form of the verbs that follow gusta? They are not conjugated. 2. What do we call an.
The Fun and Exciting World of AR VERBS!!!! Spanish 1.
VERB CONJUGATION… THE MEANS OF SHOWING WHO IS DOING THE ACTION OF THE VERB INFINITIVE.
Choose a verb that ends with -ER or -IR Drop the -ER or -IR ending Add a new ending to match the subject.
+ Tu día en la escuela Parte II. + ¿Es primero, segundo, tercero..?
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