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Spanish "conjugates" its verbs according to the subject of the sentence. That means the verb changes (usually just the ending) according to the "person" (subject) and whether it is singular or plural.
comer - to eat Singular 1st person - Yo comO (I eat) 2nd person -Tú comES (You-informal eat) 3rd person - Él/ella/usted comE (He/she/you-formal eats/eat) Plural 1st person - Nosotros/as comEMOS (We eat) 2nd person - Vosotros/as comÉIS (You-informal eat) NOTE: Only used in Spain! 3rd person - Ellos/ellas/ustedes comEN (They/you-plural eat)
This is the conjugation of an -er verb in the Present tense. There are also -ar and -ir verbs that you will learn shorly. But the Present tense is all you need to worry about for now.