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How to Conjugate the Present Tense of –er verbs
The first step is to remove the “er” from the end of the infinitive. ercom
The next step is to add an ending, depending what the subject is. Let’s use the “tú” form ending “-es”. escom Yo-onosotros-emos Tú-es Ud.Uds. Él-eellos-en Ellaellas
Here’s another example. Let’s do the ellos form of the verb “comprender”. Remember to first drop the “er” from the end of the infinitive. ercomprend
Now we add the ellos ending “-en”. encomprend
Let’s do another one. Try the nosotros form of aprender: emosaprend
Let’s do some practice. What is the Ud. form of beber? bebe! That’s right… it’s comprendemos! Let’s do a few more. What is the nosotros form of comprender?
What is the tú form of comer? comes! That’s right… it’s leo! What is the yo form of leer?
What is the nosotros form of beber? bebemos! That’s right… it’s aprenden! What is the ellos form of aprender?
VOILA! See how easy that was? Now try some on your own – click the button to do a practice quiz. Practice Quiz Replay
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