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80 Spanish -ar Verbs

As a reminder, Spanish present tense regular -ar verbs are conjugated by taking the stem of the verb and adding its properly conjugated ending. Ex. Cantar (to sing) Yo canto, tú cantas, ud./él/ella canta, uds./ellos/ellas cantan, nosotros/as cantamos, vosotros/as cantáis

Most of the following verbs are regular -ar verbs, but a few have stem changes. Verbs marked (o:ue) are conjugated as follows: Ex. Almorzar (to have lunch) Yo almuerzo, tú almuerzas, ud./él/ella almuerza, uds./ellos/ellas almuerzan, nosotros/as almorzamos, vosotros/as almorzáis As you can see, the o is changed to ue in all the forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as. Verbs marked (e:ie) are similar to those marked (o:ue), the e changes to an ie in all forms except nosotros/as and vosotros/as forms.

Almorzar (o:ue) - To have lunch Andar - To walk Bailar - To dance Brindar - To toast Bucear - To scuba dive Buscar - To look for Caminar - To walk Cantar - To sing Celebrar - To celebrate Cenar - To have dinner Cerrar - To close Comenzar (i:ie) - To begin Comprar - To buy Confirmar - To confirm Contar (o:ue) - To count Contestar - To answer Conversar - To converse, to chat Desayunar - To have breakfast Descansar - To rest Desear - To want Dibujar - To draw Empezar (e:ie) - To begin Encantar - To love, to like a lot Encontrar (o:ue) - To find Enseñar - To teach Escalar - To climb Escuchar - To listen Esperar - To wish, to wait Esquiar - To ski Estar - To be Estudiar - To study Explicar - To explain Faltar - To miss, to be missing Fascinar - To fascinate Ganar - To win Gastar - To spend Gustar - To like Hablar - To talk Importar - To be important to Interesar - To interest Invitar - To invite Jugar (u:ue) - To play Llamar - To call, to be called Llegar - To arrive Llevar - To take, to carry, to wear Merendar - To snack Mirar - To look at, to watch Molestar - To bother Montar - To ride Mostrar (o:ue) - To show Nadar - To swim Necesitar - To need Pagar - To pay Pasear - To go for a walk Pensar (e:ie) - To think Practicar - To practice Preguntar - To ask Preparar - To prepare Probar (o:ue) - To try Quedar - To be left, to stay Recordar (o:ue) - To remember Recomendar - To recommend Regalar - To give (a gift) Regatear - To bargain Regresar - To return Sacar - To take out, to remove Terminar - To finish, to end Tomar - To take, to drink Trabajar - To work Usar - To use Viajar - To travel Visitar - To visit

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/CharmingTiger
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Thanks for the great list! I might just add that you can format this better by double pressing 'return' after each item.

So many Spanish verbs to learn, so little time!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/A_User
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Or a double space and then enter, which will just move it onto a new line without putting another in between.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/goldenphoenix26

Hmm... I did hit enter after every verb, but it seems to have collapsed once I posted it.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/CharmingTiger
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You've got to hit enter twice for it to work.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/goldenphoenix26

Aha, alright. I'll do that in the future.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/goldenphoenix26

Yikes! Looks like the formatting isn't quite what I expected it to be. Hope it's still readable and that it's helpful. Please tell me if anything should be fixed! (It's Spanish Verb - English Verb)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Hannah.Do

Do you have the list for ER & verb too?

1 month ago
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