Spanish regular verbs in the present
According to the subject that precedes them, English verbs have only two forms in the present: with and without -s. Spanish verbs also change according to the subject but they have many more different forms. Fortunately, regular verbs only follow three conjugation patterns.
Regular verbs have a root and an ending. There are three ending -ar, -er and -ir.
In the present tense, verbs are formed by a root and an ending; the latter ones are determined by the -ar, -er or -ir ending and the subject of the verb.
- formal version of singular you. For more information on this topic, take a look at this post.
Practice your Spanish.
Try conjugating one Spanish verb you know according to all the subjects. For example: cantar, yo canto, tú cantas, él canta, nosotras cantamos, ellos cantan.
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