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Realidades 1 1A Infinitive Verbs

Spanish Infinitive Verbs
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Michele Webb

on 22 September 2013

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Transcript of Realidades 1 1A Infinitive Verbs

Spanish Infinitive Verbs
What is a verb?
A verb is word that describes an action. Without a verb a sentence cannot exist.

Ex: He goes to the store.
goes = the verb
He to the store (no verb, no action, no sentence)

In English verbs have different forms depending on who is doing the action and when
the action is occuring:

Ex: I walk, she walks, we walked, etc.
What is a verb?
A verb is word that describes an action. Without a verb a sentence cannot exist.

Ex: He goes to the store.
goes = the verb
He to the store (no verb, no action, no sentence)

In English verbs have different forms depending on who is doing the action and when
the action is occuring:

Ex: I walk, she walks, we walked, etc.
The Infinitive Form
The most basic form of a verb is called the infinitive. It is a verb that does not yet
have a subject.

In English, it is easy to spot an infinitive verb because it will usually have the word
"to" in front of it.

Ex: to swim, to read, to write
Te toca a tí
Identify which of these verbs in an infinitive verb in English

to walk or walk

writes or to write

reads or to read

to talk or talked

will swim or to swim
Warning! Difference in Spanish
In Spanish, infinitives do not have a seperate word like "to" in front of them.
Spanish infinitives are only one word
There are 3 types of infinitive verbs in Spanish
They always end in either

-ar -er -ir

Ex: nadar, leer, escribir
Comprehension Check
Identify which of your following vocabulary words are infinitive verbs

bailar
también
escribir
deportes
correr
Identify each infinitive verb below as an -ar, -er or -ir verb

cantar
ir
ver
hablar
leer
escribir
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