2 ConjugateConjugate 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.
3 InfinitiveThe 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
4 InfinitivoThere are 3 infinitive endings in spanish. to talk hablar to eat comer to live vivir
5 Irregular 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.
6 Los 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
7 Present TensePresent tense is used to talk about an action in the present I read. (now) I read. (regularly/all the time)
8 Yo leo. Tú estudias. Ellos comen. El Presente SimpleYo leo. Tú estudias. Ellos comen.
9 Subject-Verb Agreement In English, subjects and verbs must agree. ¡En español también! I talk. Yo hablo. He talks. Él habla.
24 Conjugate1. 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]
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