On part 3 Food, Animals and Plurals! Level 5!
I started learning Spanish a while back and never did much but recently I have decided to come back to doing Spanish. I am now trying to complete food.
Hola ninos y ninas. Me encanta doulingo y patsa!!!!
For any learners - You don't have to be great to start but you have to start to be great. -Zig Zagler
Help I don't understand the word read in spanish lees lee leen leemos leo HELP!!!!
Just have a look under 'Words' and you will find 'lee' and all the forms, as well as some examples. :) The verb is 'leer' (to read) le-er. From there you will get
As far I understand. :)
Another important thing to know is that sometimes words also end in -ar, so one example (tomar) would be:
Yo tom-o (same here)
I don't really understand that but I can sort of see. So does these word changes still apply to ep_nl's rules?
Well, there is no such thing as a 'ep_nl rule'. LOL
There are verbs ending on -er.
There are verbs ending on -ir or -ar.
They conjugate differently. One simply has to learn those differences. :)
There are 3 types of regular verbs:
those that finishes with -ar
those that finishes with -er
those that finishes with -ir
Inside those groups, all regular verbs have the same conjugation. There are still some irregular verbs that have changes in the root, but the termination is always the same.
acabados en -ar
acabados en -er
acabados en -ir
This is for present tense, and almost all verbs follow this rules.
PD: niños y niñas goes with tilde (~), without it may be another thing... tildes and accents are very important, 'cause it may change the word completely
WELL DONE! Have a Lingot! Go on, even when you sometimes might feel a little desperate.
Don't forget: tocino (bacon), camarón (shrimp), sal (salt), pimienta (pepper), and azúcar (sugar)