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R. TURNAGE SPANISH TUTORIALS The Present Tense Conjugating –AR Verbs R. Turnage Spanish 2008
The Process Verb=Estudiar Take off ending=Estudiar Add a new ending=Estudio (I study) R. Turnage Spanish 2008
R. TURNAGE SPANISH TUTORIALS The Endings R. Turnage Spanish 2008
The Yo Form Yo=I Hablar Add an O Result=Hablo-I speak R. Turnage Spanish 2008
The Tú Form Tú=You Estudiar Add AS Result=Estudias-You study R. Turnage Spanish 2008
The Él/Ella/Usted Form Él=He Ella=She Usted=You (formal) Dibujar Add A Result=Dibuja-He/She/It/You draw(s) R. Turnage Spanish 2008
The Nosotros Form Nosotros=We Mirar Add AMOS Result=Miramos-We look, watch R. Turnage Spanish 2008
The Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes Form Ellos/as=TheyUstedes=You all (yall, you guys, etc.) Visitar Add AN Result=Visitan-They, you all visit R. Turnage Spanish 2008
ROBERT TURNAGE R. Turnage Spanish 2008 ¡Gracias por Mirar! Thanks for Watching!
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