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–AR Verbs What are they? How do you conjugate them? Why do you conjugate them?
Most Spanish words that end in AR are verbs. hablbailestudiararar = to talk = to dance = to study
All verbs have two parts to them: an ending hablbailestudiararar For AR verbs the ending is… ar!
When you remove the ending, the part that remains is called the stem. hablbailestudiararar
a stem hablbailestudi and an ending ararar Every verb has 2 parts:
AR Hablar Bailar Estudiar ER Leer Comer Aprender IR Escribir Vivir Permitir There are 3 types of verbs in Spanish: AR, ER & IR The AR, ER, or IR tells us which endings to use when conjugating.
hablarhabl = talk bailarbail = dance estudiarestudi = study The stem tells the action
-o I -as you (familiar) -a he, she, it, you (formal) -amos we -áis you -an they, you (plural) The ending tells who is doing the action
hablo = I am talking, I talk hablo = I am talking, I talk bailo=I am dancing, I dance bailo=I am dancing, I dance estudio = I am studying, I study The ending o means I
hablas = You are talking, you talk bailas=You are dancing, you dance estudias = You are studying, you study The ending as means you (tú) (familiar)
habla =he is talking, he talks she is talking, she talks she is talking, she talks you (formal) are talking, you talk it is talking, it talks baila=he is dancing, he dances she is dancing, she dances you (formal) are dancing, you dance you (formal) are dancing, you dance it is dancing, it dances it is dancing, it dances estudia=he is studying, he studies she is studying, she studies you (formal) are studying, you study it is studying, it studies The ending a means he, she, it, and the formal you (usted)
hablamos = we are talking, we talk bailamos= we are dancing, we dance estudiamos= we are studying, we study The ending amos means we
habláis= you are talking, you talk bailáis = you are dancing, you dance estudáis = you are studying, you study The ending áis means you all(vosotros)
hablan = they are talking, they talk you all are talking, you all talk bailan=they are dancing, they dance you all are dancing, you all dance estudian=they are studying, they study you all are studying, you all study you all are studying, you all study The ending an means they and you all (ustedes)
¿Cómo se dice,I am talking? VerbEndings hablaro asaamosáisan hablo
¿Cómo se dice, you (tú) are talking? ¿Cómo se dice, you (tú) are talking? Verbendings hablaro asaamosáisan hablas
¿Cómo se dice, he, she, it or you (usted) are dancing? Verbendings bailaro asaamosáisan baila
¿Cómo se dice, we are dancing? Verbendings bailaro asaamosáisan bailamos
¿Cómo se dice,you all (vosotros) are studying? Verbendings estudiaro asaamosáisan estudiáis
¿Cómo se dice, they or you all (ustedes) are studying? Verbendings estudiaro asaamosáisan estudian
you are talking= hablas you talk=hablas are you talking?=¿hablas? Notice how multiple English words translate into one Spanish word.
we are talking we talk = hablamos do we talk? I am dancing I dance =bailo do I dance? you study (to one friend or family member) you are studying =estudias do you study?
D Drop the AR ending. What is left is the VERB STEM. A Add the appropriate subject ending to the VERB STEM. Y You now have the perfect one-word Spanish conjugated verb.