"I want to study."
Translation:Yo quiero estudiar.
What a disgrace! You definitely don't have Asian parents. In my home, your best grades are: 1. Math 2. Science 3. ELA You are allowed to switch the latter two
Estudio is the yo form. You use it when talking about yourself. Estudias is the you form. Its used when talking about the person you are talking to. Estudiar is the infinitive form: "to study".
It's not. You use the infinitive if you already have a verb (quiero) in the sentence.
Can we get an example when to use the yo form? This sentence starts with yo but we use an infinitive.
its only present tense dear and 4 more tenses means 30 conjugations for indicative mood and not to mention there are more moods hopefully you are alive by then lol
When you want to learn spanish.... Ummmm MOM!!! SPANISH IS TO HARD FOR ME!!!!!!
Here's a tip In English, it's common to say A clothing store or My Spanish teacher. But in Spanish you'd say A store of clothes or My teacher of Spanish. Una tienda de ropa Mi maestro de español Un