Trabajo de timbre Read the following lesson of Verbos! and answer all of the questions throughout.
¡Los Verbos! We will begin talking about regular Spanish verbs today.
Correct the following sentences. I your friend. We am really good. I likes you.
Complete sentences. Complete sentences in Spanish must have a subject and a verb!
Subjects Subjects in English could be a noun or subject pronouns. Remember the subject pronouns in Spanish?
Verbs Part of speech that expresses existence, action or occurrence. I am Tom. The dog eats worms. The party was last night.
Verb Agreement Verbs must agree with their subject so you don’t say things like “I are your friend.” Thus, you must learn how to correctly “conjugate” your verbs.
What is conjugation? It’s changing your verb forms to correctly match your subject. You must add an “s” to the verb “to walk” to correctly match it to the subject “he.” He walks in the park.
infinitives Every verb has an infinitive form. This is when it is not conjugated or when it doesn’t have a subject before it.
infinitives In English, infinitives have “to” in front of them. Ejemplo: to walk, to run, to talk, to sleep.... In Spanish, infinitives end in AR, ER, or IR. Ejemplos: hablar (to talk), comer (to eat), escribir (to write)
Verb Tense Verb tense tells when the action is happening. You will learn mostly present tense (what’s happening now) in Spanish 1. You will also learn some past tense.
1 st person singular 1st person (my perspective) I-
Regular Present Tense AR verbs Today you will learn how to make regular AR verbs match their subject in the present tense. You will “conjugate” the verb. There are six different endings and the subject pronouns will be used to show each one.