How to conjugate Spanish present tense verbs

conjugate Spanish present tense verbs

When you conjugate Spanish present tense verbs, memorization is not the only thing you want. You need a system to help you learn how verbs form.

You might ask: How do I use Spanish conjugation to learn verbs? Mainly, you address the type of verbs you want to tackle.

You learn the basic form and how to use them when you conjugate Spanish present tense verbs. Although rote memorization is often used to learn Spanish verbs, you might want to consider other ways to motivate you to learn verbs. More importantly, you need to learn their proper use.

Here, I show you the basic forms of Spanish present tense verbs, in particular with the ending of -ar, -er, and -ir:

Review Spanish regular verbs

Remember to use the singular and plural forms of the pronoun. In this case, you might want to consider each appropriate pronoun in Spanish.

Notice that in Spanish, you often use the pronoun form to designate the form of the regular verb. In the case of regular verbs, each person of the verb form indicates the type of verb you need. Besides being active verbs, these examples are just a few common verbs in Spanish.

For instance, look at the following examples how to conjugate Spanish present tense verbs:

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Spanish sentence structure: Prepositions

spanish sentence structure preposition

Spanish sentence structure in learning prepositions and classroom objects

So far we learned how classroom objects are everywhere in our classrooms and homeschool class and how they can show us to learn about prepositions in Spanish. In this lesson, you will learn how Spanish sentence structure is important in learning Spanish prepositions.

Also, you will learn how prepositions are used in Spanish sentences.

Review

To better grasp the concept of Spanish prepositions, it is a good idea to have the Classroom Object worksheet and the Matching game with you as you practice the following.

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Spanish ir verbs

spanish ir verbs

Spanish ir verbs, as you’ve seen before with conjugating ar and er verbs, follow a pattern. The Spanish ir verbs also have singular and plural pronouns to associate each verb conjugation.

Spanish ir verbs like ar and er verbs have the same singular endings. For instance, first person singular has o ending. Second person singular has es ending. Also, the third person singular has the e ending.

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