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When should I use "Bebe, beben, bebemos, bebes, bebo"?

This is puzzling! So many words for drinking! XD But, I was wondering when should I use the words like bebe, beben, bebemos, bebes, bebo. What i mean is what are differences and what are each of them used for? Thanks

4 years ago

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The last few letters of the word tell who is drinking. Bebo = I drink, bebes = you drink, bebemos = we drink and so on. You'd probably be well served by googling 'Spanish verb chart' to get an overview of how regular verbs work, because this is "gotta know" stuff. ;)

4 years ago

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click Vocabulary then search the word "bebe" and click "beber"... scroll it down and you'll see the conjugation table you'll see when to use (Verb + "O"), (Verb + "N"), (Verb + "Mos"), (Verb + "S") or just simply the (Verb) itself.

4 years ago

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Muchas gracias! This is great help :D

4 years ago

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They are the conjugation. And don't think that's the hardest conjugation. That one is regular. Wait to learn irregular verbs xD

4 years ago