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Present Tense Conjugation -AR, -ER, -IR

Present Tense Conjugation -AR, -ER, -IR

Author: Sra. K V

1. At the end of this lesson, students will be able to understand the difference between a verb in the INFINITIVE and a CONJUGATED verb.

2. At the end of this lesson, students will be able to conjugate -AR, -ER, -IR verbs in the present tense for each subject (YO, TÚ, ÉL/ELLA/USTED, NOSOTROS, ELLOS/ELLAS/USTEDES). 

In this video, you will learn the about PRESENT TENSE conjugation for verbs in Spanish. In Spanish, all verbs end in one of three endings: -AR, ER, and -IR. You will learn the proper subject conjugations for each of these verb endings - how you conjugate a verbs depends on WHO is doing the action...just like in English! We don't say: YOU WALKS - that sounds weird and it's incorrect. However, YOU WALK sounds much better and is the proper conjugation for this subject (YOU)!

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Español: Regular Present Tense Conjugation of -AR, -ER, & -IR verbs

Lesson: Español: Regular Present Conjugation of -AR, -ER, & -IR verbs

In this lesson, you will begin with a quick review of infinitives and then move on to conjugation of regular verbs in the present tense.

This lesson is ideal for beginners or for a review for those just getting back into Spanish.

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