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Bell Work One last time… What is an infinitive verb? What does it mean to conjugate? Turn into wire basket on the bookshelf when finished.
Agenda Flashcards Finish going over exam Finish WKBK pages Go over workbook pages Ar verb conjugation endings Ar verb practice NO homework.
Ar verb endings… Conjugate a verb to incorporate who or what is doing that verb. That is why we say “I am, you are, he is, she is, we are, they are” We are incorporating who or what is doing that verb. In English, it is two words I have, you have But, in Spanish they use only one word Tengo, tienes, etc.
What is two things you notice? 1. They are all in the infinitive form. 2. They all end in –ar.
Let’s Conjugate! -ar verb endings Yo – o Nosotros(as) – amos Tú – as Él, Ella, Ud. – a Ellos, Ellas, Uds. – an First, you need to know the endings.
The Steps… Take your verb. Hablar Drop the –ar ending. Hablar This leaves you with the stem. Habl Figure out who you want to talk about. Yo Add the appropriate ending. Yo habl o
Yo form When you want to talk about yourself, you use the yo form of the verb. Cant ar (To sing) Cant (take off the –ar ending) Cant o (add – o ) Yo canto (I sing)
Yo form. Busc ar Busc Busc o Yo busco. (I look for)
Llev ar Llev Llev o Yo llevo. (I wear./I carry.) Yo form.
Caminar (to walk) Yo camino.
Cocinar (to cook) Yo cocino.
Nadar (to swim) Yo nado.
Visitar (to visit) Yo visito.
Tú Form. Why you want to talk to your friend about him or her you use the tú form. (You) Take your verb. Comprar Drop the –ar ending. Comprar You’re left with the stem. Compr Who do you want to talk to? Tú Add the –as. Tú compras.
Tú Form. When you want to say “you do something.” Hablar (to talk.) Hablar (take off ar ending) Habl (left with stem) Hablas (Add –as) Tú hablas. (I speak./I talk.)
Tú form. Busc ar Busc Busc as Tú buscas. (You look for)
Llev ar Llev Llev as Tú llevas. (You wear./You carry.) Tú form.
Caminar (to walk) Tú caminas.
Cocinar (to cook) Tú cocinas.
Nadar (to swim) Tú nadas.
Visitar (to visit) Tú visitas.
You try. Conjugate all of chapter 3’s ar verbs into the yo and tú form. Turn into wire basket when finished.