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1 Students will be able to conjugate –AR verbs. Students will be assessed by completing the Foldable.
2 Foldable Titles El Libro de Los Verbos Subject Pronouns Infinitives & Verb StemsRegular-AR VerbsRegular –ER VerbsRegular –IR Verbs7) Stemchanging Verbs8) Irregular “Yo” Verbs
3 Subject Pronouns (VERY IMPORTANT) Because the verb form often indicates who the subject of a sentence is, one can properly leave out the subject pronoun. GO TO PAGE 14 & COPY THE SUBJECT PRONOUNS IN ENGLISH & SPANISH.
4 Infinitives: (VERY IMPORTANT) Every verb has a stem followed by an ending. An infinitive tells the meaning of the verb without naming any subject or tense. There are three kinds of infinitives in Spanish: those ending in -ar, those ending in -er, and those ending in -ir.-ar infinitives= cantar: to sing cant stem –ar infinitive ending-er infinitives=comer: to eat com stem –er infinitive ending-ir infinitives=escribir: to write escrib stem –ir infinitive ending
5 Regular –AR Verbs (VERY IMPORTANT) To give a verb a subject, you conjugate it. To conjugate a regular –ar verb in the present tense, drop the –ar ending of the infinitive and add these endings. Each ending goes with a particular subject:Take a look at textbook page 98 for the conjugation).
7 Regular –AR Verbs (VERY IMPORTANT) alquilar: to rentcantar=to sing dibujar=to drawescuchar=to listenbailar=to dancedescansar=to restestudiar=to studyhablar=to talknadar=to swimnavegar=to navigatepasar=to pass, to spend timepasear=to go for a walkpatinar=to skatepracticar=to practicetocar=to touchtrabajar=to workAyudar=to helpArreglar=to arrange, to fixCaminar=to walkCocinar= to cookComprar= to buyContestar=to answerCortar=to cutEnseñar=to teachLlamar=to callMirar=to look atNecesitar=to needTomar=to take, to drinkPreparar=to prepareTerminar=to finish, endUsar= to use, to wearViajar=to travelVisitar=to visitLimpiar=to cleanSacar=to take out, to take
8 Regular –ER Verbs (VERY IMPORTANT) The present tense of regular –er verbs is formed by dropping the infinitive ending –er and adding the personal endings –o, -es, -e, -emos, -éis, -en.The present tense has the following meanings in English:Usted come: you eat, you’re eating, you do eatElla come: she eats, she’s eating, she does eat
9 Regular –ER & IR Verbs (VERY IMPORTANT) -ER Verbs-IR Verbsaprender=to learnbeber=to drinkcomer= to eatcorrer=to runcreer to believeesconder=to hideleer=to readprometer=to promiseresponder=to answervender=to sellAsistir=to attend, to assistDecidir=to decideEscribir= to writePermitir=to permitInsistir= to insistRecibir=to receiveVivir=to live
10 Regular –IR Verbs (VERY IMPORTANT) The present tense of regular –ir verbs is formed by dropping the infinitive ending –ir and adding the personal endings –o, -es, -e, -imos, -ís, -en.The present tense has the following meanings in English:Escribir: to writeUsted escribe: you write, you’re writing, you do write