Conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar
Conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar can be a difficult task. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to recognize Spanish ar verbs, write them, and learn the conjugation pattern.
Regular Spanish ar verbs are simple to identify. They end in –ar. Spanish verbs that end in ar are great examples of common verbs that are used in everyday conversation.
Conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar are easy to write. They end with a particular pattern, much like the verbs ending in er and ir.
Spanish Conjugation Diagrams
The conjugation pattern is shown in the following charts:
Remember that when you conjugate Spanish verbs ending in ar, you simply have to follow the pattern of conjugation. Once you have identified the pronoun, then you have the proper verb.
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Also, keep in mind that the verb conjugation in Spanish is composed of many rules of grammar. But you don’t need to overwhelm yourself.
Simply, follow the patterns of conjugation when conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar.
Examples of Spanish -ar verbs
- hablar (to talk)
- buscar (to find, search, seek)
- usar (to use)
- Yo hablo con Mario acerca de su tarea. (I speak with Mario about his homework.)
- Tú hablas de tus vacaciones. (You speak about your vacations.)
- Susana habla de su boda. (Susana speaks about her wedding.)
- Marta, Sonia, y yo hablamos del contrato financiero. (Marta, Sonia, and I talk about the financial contract.)
- Vosotros habláis con Julia. (We talk with Julia.)
- Ellos hablan por teléfono. (They talk on the phone.)
- Jimena busca un libro. (Jimena looks for a book.)
- Pepe y Manolo buscan el auto. (Pepe and Manolo look for the car.)
- ¿Qué buscas? Yo busco mi lápiz. (What are you looking for? I’m looking for my pencil.)
- ¿Qué buscan ustedes? Nosotros buscamos un taxi. (What are you looking for? We are seeking to find a taxi.)
- Yo uso la plancha. (I use the iron.)
- Sandra usa las tijeras para cortar. (Sandra uses the scissors to cut.)
- Ellas usan los martillos para colgar un cuadro. (They use the hammers to hang a painting.)
Notice something important when conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar. Whether you use any pronoun, the plural or singular form is identified by more than one: ellos, ellas, nosotros, vosotros, and ustedes.
Regular Spanish verbs ending in ar are important to recognize. There are some special irregular verbs that are essential for learning Spanish.
Irregular Spanish ESTAR (TO BE)
The irregular Spanish verb estar (to be) is a very important verb to learn. Between the verb ser (to be) and the verb estar (to be), they define different ways to express common uses in Spanish.
Here is a free printable chart of the Spanish verb estar (to be):
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