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1 Review For –ar Verbs By Anjali Paliwal, Julia Kafozoff, and Rahul Kapoor

2 Chart with pronouns and their verb endings PronombresHablarLlorarBailar 1 st Person Singular YoHabloLloroBailo 2 nd Person Singular Tu, ustedHablasLlorasBailas 3 rd Person Singular El, ellaHablaLloraBaila 1 st Person Plural NosotrosHablamosLloramosBailamos 2 nd Person Plural Vosotros, Ustedes HablanLloranBailan 3 rd Person Plural Ellos, EllasHablanLloranBailan

3 Bailar becomes bailo because since the pronoun in this sentence is “yo”, then you must change the verb ending to “-o”. I dance. Take what you know: Yo o Pronoun: I Yo bailar o Verb: dance bailar Yo bailar. Yo bailo. Let’s start off with an easy one. Translate the following sentence into Spanish.

4 Cocinar becomes cocinas because since the pronoun in this sentence is “tu”, then you must change the verb ending to “-as”. You cook. Take what you know: Tu o Pronoun: You Tu cocinar o Verb: cook cocinar Tu cocinar. Tu cocinas. Now, please translate this sentence into Spanish.

5 Llorar becomes llora because since the pronoun in this sentence is “el”, then you must change the verb ending to “-a”. This also works with ella and usted. He cries. Take what you know: El o Pronoun: He El llora o Verb: cries llora El llorar. El llora. Keep going. I actually believe in you.

6 Caminar becomes caminan because since the pronoun in this sentence is “ellos/ellas/ustedes”, then you must change the verb ending to “-an”. They walk. Take what you know: Ellos/ellas/ustedes o Pronoun: They Ellos/ellas/ustedes caminar o Verb: walk caminar Ellos/ellas/ustedes caminar. Ellos/ellas/ustedes caminan. Grinchpal likes you.

7 Cantar becomes cantamos because since the pronoun in this sentence is “nosotros”, then you must change the verb ending to “-amos”. We sing. Take what you know: Nosotros o Pronoun: We Nosotros cantar o Verb: sing cantar Nosotros cantar. Nosotros cantamos. Rahul is stylin’.

8 Llorar becomes llora because since the pronoun in this sentence is “el”, then you must change the verb ending to “-a”. This also works with ella and usted. You (plural) jump. Take what you know: El o Pronoun: He El llora o Verb: cries llora El llorar. El llora. Julia likes goldfishes.._.

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