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Conjugating -ER & -IR Verbs. Los objetivos What do all verbs in Spanish end in? What do you need to make a complete sentence? What does “conjugate” mean?

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1 Conjugating -ER & -IR Verbs

2 Los objetivos What do all verbs in Spanish end in? What do you need to make a complete sentence? What does “conjugate” mean? How do I conjugate –ER AND –IR verbs?

3 Conjugating Verbs Ya sabes… All verbs in Spanish end in

4 What is the infinitive? If the verb has the –ar/-er/-ir ending… it is in the infinitive form. Example: CantarVivir BailarPatinar Comer Abrir

5 There are a lot of –ER & -IR VERB Infinitives to remember! Do I really have to learn them all?

6 -ER VERBS Leerto read Comerto eat Comprender to understand correrto run Creer (en)to believe (in) Deber (+ inf.) should; must; ought to Aprender (a+inf.)to learn Beberto drink *Tenerto have *Querer to want *Poderto be able *Serto be

7 -IR VERBS Vivirto live Abrirto open Venirto come Assistir (a)to attend Compartirto share Escribirto write Recibirto receive Describirto describe Decidir (+inf.)to decide

8 -ER and IR VERBS (CONT.)

9 Complete sentences Every complete sentence in Spanish must have a ______________________________ and a ________________________________

10 Conjugating –ER & -IR Verbs There are steps to conjugating regular –er and –ir verbs!

11 What are the steps? Step 1: Start with the infinitive Step 2: Drop the –er or -ir Step 3: Add the appropriate ending

12 -ER Endings

13 -IR Endings

14 Let’s Try it with “ beber (to drink) ” (What if I want to say “I drink”) Step 1 Step 2 Step 3

15 Let’s Try it with “ abrir (to open) ” (What if I want to say “I open”) Step 1 Step 2 Step 3

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17 Beber (to drink)

18 Abrir (to open)

19 What do they mean? Bebo = I drink Bebes = you drink Bebo = He/She/It drinks or you (formal) drink Bebemos = We drink Bebéis = Ya’ll drink (Spain) Beben = They drink (m.) (f.)/Ya’ll open (formal)

20 What do they mean? Abro = I open Abes = you open Abre = He/She/It opens or you (formal) open Abrimos = We open Abrís = Ya’ll open (Spain) Abren = They open (m.) (f.)/ Ya’ll open (formal)

21 comer (to eat)

22 Compartir (To share)

23 What does the following mean? Abrimos Comparto Abren Compartes Abrís We open I share They open You share Ya’ll open

24 Practica 1. Carlos ______________ (compartir) un lapiz. 2. Los estudiantes ________________ (responder) las preguntas. 3. Maria y Selena _____________ (querer) a su hermano.

25 Practica (cont.) 1. Los chicos ________________ (to watch) la televisión. 2. La maestra _______________ (to open) la sala de clase. 3. Yo _________________ (to study) todos los dias.

26 Traduce 1. My mother looks for a book. 2. We prepare our homework. 3. I get a good grade in Spanish.

27 Contesta las Preguntas 1. ¿Estudias en la biblioteca? 2. ¿Compartes tus chocolates con tu mamá? 3. ¿Bailas en el clúb los sabados? 4. ¿A qué hora comienza la clase de español? 5. ¿Abren las ventanas de la clase de español?

28 Videos: -AR, -ER and IR verbs

29 Self Check What do all verbs in Spanish end in? What do you need to make a complete sentence? What does “conjugate” mean? How do I conjugate –ER & -IR verbs? Can you name at least 10 –er or –ir verbs and give their definitions?


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