Monthly Archives: May 2016

Lesson 2

Lesson 2

  In the present indicative the verbs that end with –GER and –GIR change -G for -J in the first person singular. The rest of the persons are conjugated like regular verbs. Proteger (to protect) Corregir ( e à i ) (to correct) Yo                          protejo corrijo Tú                          proteges corriges El                            protege corrige Ella                         protege […]

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Lesson 1

Lesson 1

  In the present indicative the verbs that end with –CER and –CIR change -C for -ZC in the first person singular. The rest of the persons are conjugated like regular verbs.   Agradecer (to thank) Below are some more verbs with this conjugation. Yo                          argradezco Conocer (to know) Tú                          agradeces Pertenecer (to belong) El […]

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Lesson 2

Lesson 2

  Verbs with a change of the root, O becomes UE Verbs that change O for UE in the root, do that for each person, except nosotros: Verbs ending with –AR                 Verbs ending with –ER                 Verbs ending with –IR Almorzar (to have lunch)             Volver (to return)                           Dormir (to sleep) Yo almuerzo                                      Yo vuelvo                                           Yo duermo […]

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Lesson 1

Lesson 1

  Verbs with a change of the root, E becomes IE Verbs that change E for IE in the root, do that for each person, except nosotros: Verbs ending with –AR                 Verbs ending with –ER                 Verbs ending with –IR Pensar (to think)                             Entender (to understand)          Preferir (to prefer) Yo pienso                                           Yo entiendo                                      Yo prefiero Tú […]

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Lesson 7

Lesson 7

  Verbs that express obligation Indicating an obligation is done with three different verbs in Spanish, and each of those is used for different situations.   Haber que (to have to): (necessity) – Hay que estudiar todos los días. (You have to study every day) – Hay que sembrar para cosechar (It needs planting for […]

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Lesson 5

Lesson 5

  The present indicative Irregular verbs As in most languages, Spanish also knows irregular verbs. Some verbs have just one irregular conjugations, others are completely irregular. Lesson 5, 6 and 7 in this chapter treat irregular verbs, but there are many different and important irregular conjugations, which is why chapter 6 and 7 are also […]

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