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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Duolingo uses the Spanish flag to represent its Spanish course, but it excludes vosotr@s from its verb conjugations. Why?
I think it is because they teach Latin American Spanish, and it would be impossible to pu the flags of all Latin American countries that speal Spanish, right?
And I think it's not to hard to add one more line in the table above... If they are so Latin American oriented, where is "vos" conjugation?
Just to be clear the present tense verb conjugation for "vosotr@s" is -éis (ex. comer: vosotros coméis (you all eat)