2ConjugateConjugate means changing the verb (usually the ending) to match the subject. Subject-Verb Agreement! For example: to go: I go. He goes. to talk: You talk. She talks. to walk: They walk. They are walking.
3InfinitiveThe infinitive form of the verb is the unconjugated or “to” of the verb.Infinitive Formto talk - to eat - to swimConjugated Form- talks -eats - swims- talking - eating - swimming- talked -ate - swam- swum
4InfinitivoThere are 3 infinitive endings in spanish. to talk hablar to eat comer to live vivir
5Irregular VerbsSometimes verbs do not follow the standard rules for conjugating. (add –s, -ed) I go. I went. You see. You saw. I am. You are.
6Los Verbos Irregulares Ser soy, eres, es, somos, son Tener tengo, tienes, tiene, tenemos, tienen Estar estoy, estás, está, estamos, están Ir voy, vas, va, vamos, van
7Present TensePresent tense is used to talk about an action in the present I read. (now) I read. (regularly/all the time)
8Yo leo. Tú estudias. Ellos comen. El Presente SimpleYo leo. Tú estudias. Ellos comen.
9Subject-Verb Agreement In English, subjects and verbs must agree. ¡En español también! I talk. Yo hablo. He talks. Él habla.
24Conjugate1. conocer: to know (person) [*-zco] 11. pedir: to ask [e i] 2. creer: to believe 12. poder: to be able[o ue] 3. dar: to give [*-oy] 13. poner: to put [*-go] 4. deber: to should, ought 14. querer: to want [e i] 5. decir: to tell,say [*-go, e i] 15. saber: to know [*irreg.] 6. entender: to understand [e ie] 16. salir: to leave [*-go] 7. estar: to be [*-oy, accent marks] 17. ser: to be [irregular with ’] 8. hacer: to do,make [*-go] 18. tener: to have[*-go,eie] 9. intentar: to try 19. ver: to see 10. ir: to go [irregular] 20. venir: to come[*-go,eie]