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Present tense of -er and -ir verbs

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Transcript of Present tense of -er and -ir verbs

Present tense of -er and -ir verbs
Estructura 3.3 (pg. 96)

What you already know
In Ch. 2, you learned how to form the present tense of regular -ar verbs

You learned the importance of verb forms (show who is performing the action)

-Camin
o
a la biblioteca.
-Estudi
as
el español.
-Escuch
amos
música.

What you need to know
The chart below shows the conjugation of verbs that end in -
er
and -
ir
Verbs you need to know
Putting it all together
-Er and -ir verbs have very similar endings. What are the differences?

Nosotros form: -
emos
(-
er
verbs) & -
imos
(-
ir
verbs)
Vosotros form: -
éis
(-
er
verbs) & -
ís
(-
ir
verbs)
-er verbs
aprender (a + inf.)
beber
comer
comprender
correr
creer (en)
deber (+ inf.)
leer
to learn
to drink
to eat
to understand
to run
to believe (in)
should; must; ought to
to read
-ir verbs
abrir
asistir (a)
compartir
decidir (+ inf.)
describir
escribir
recibir
vivir
to open
to attend
to share
to decide
to describe
to write
to receive
to live

El hombre
corre
con los toros.
Ella
recibe
muchas cartas.
Ellos
aprenden
algebra.
The man runs with the bulls (toros).
She receives many letters (cartas).
They learn algebra.
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