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Verbs By: Señorita McMahon
What are verbs? A verb is a word used to show that an action is taking place or to indicate the existence of a state or condition, or the part of speech to which such a word belongs.
Depending on the subject, the verb changes.Verbs Change Depending on the subject, the verb changes. Example: I walk. You walk. She walks. He walks. We walk. They walk.
Spanish Verbs/SubjectsIn Spanish, verbs change, too. For each subject, there is a different ending on the verb. Subject of the sentence: Yo = I Tú = You Él = He Ella = She Nosotros = We Ellos/Ellas = They
Steps to Spanish Verbs First, drop the ending on the original verb. The endings will be one of the following: -AR -ER -IR
We will start with –AR verbs.Steps We will start with –AR verbs. HABLAR = to talk HABLAR - remove the –AR.
Steps HABL AR HABL- Add the new ending depending on the subject:I - o You - as He/She - a We - amos They - an
Steps HABL AR HABL- HABLO HABLAS HABLA HABLAMOS HABLAN
End Product Hablo = I talk. Hablas = You talk.Habla = She talks. He talks. Hablamos = We talk. Hablan = They talk.
Examples of Sentences Yo hablo mucho a receso. I talk a lot at recess.Ella habla con la profesora. She talks with the professor. Nosotros hablamos en clase de español. We talk in Spanish class.
AR Verbs in the present tense
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Present tense –AR verb conjugations (singular) Verbs have two forms, infinitives [in English the to form (to study)] and the conjugated form that shows.
Regular Present Tense -er and –ir Verbs
Regular Present Tense -er and –ir Verbs. There are three types of regular verbs in Spanish: verbs that end in –ar (you know already) verbs that end in.
To create the forms of regular verbs, drop the infinitive endings (–ar, –er, –ir). Then add the endings of the different subject pronouns. The chart below.
Topic: Conjugating –ar verbs
Bailar cantar Verbos “ar’ Maestra Diaz Español 2 escuchar patinar.
Yo! To conjugate an –ar verb when the subject is YO, you use the ending –o. Slice off the –ar at the end and plug in –o! 1)Caminar 2)Camin / ar 3)Camino.
Spanish –ar verbs. Verbs in General English and Spanish both conjugate verbs. They can be organized as first, 2 nd, and 3 rd person. If you need to, you.
Verb = a word that shows action Example: bailar, comer, dormir There are 3 types of verbs in SPANISH… AR, ER, IR.
Los verbos regulares en el presente
There are three types of regular verbs in Spanish: verbs that end in –ar, verbs that end in –er, and verbs that end in –ir. You’ve already learned –ar.
Present Tense of –ar Ending Verbs
Los sujetos y los verbos Chapter 1.2. Trabajo de timbre Read the following lesson of Verbos! and answer all of the questions throughout.
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