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Spanish Class Final Project

Do you want to learn how to conjugate verbs in spanish?
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Mae Adamson

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The Subject Pronouns
in Spanish
Yo = I
Tu=You(informal)
Usted=you(formal)
El/Ella=he/she
Nosotros=We
Vosotros=You(Spain)
Ustedes=You(plural)
Ellos/Ellas=They
What is a Subject Pronoun?
First you should know what a pronoun is. A pronoun is a word that describes a person, place or thing indirectly. Like if you said, "Kendrix will help Mr. Sam with the work. If Kendrix can't do it, nobody can!" "It" would be your pronoun, because it tells you what you are talking about without stating the actual word, which is "work."
A SUBJECT PRONOUN is a pronoun that replaces your subject. In English they are I, You, They, He, She, We, Himself, Herself, and Them.
Verb Conjugation
By: Mae Adamson
AR, ER, and IR Verbs
When speaking spanish, you don't just say the infinitive form of the verb. You have to make sure that it "fits" with the subject. That is where subject pronouns come in. When you conjugate a verb, you have to figure out the subject. Then you use the ending that corresponds with the subject pronoun. After that you use the rules if it ends in ar, er, or ir. The next few slides will show you how! This may seem complicated at first, but once you understand it will seem as easy as pie!
Ar Verb Conjugation
Habl+O=Hablo
Habl+AS=Hablas
Habl+A=Habla
Habl+A=Habla
Habl+AMOS=Hablamos
Habl+AN=Hablan
Habl+AN=Hablan
Habl+ais=Hablais
ER Verb Conjugation
Corr+O=Corro
Corr+ES=Corres
Corr+E=Corre
Corr+E=Corre
Corr+EMOS=Corremos
Corr+EIS=Correis
Corr+EN=Corren
Corr+EN=Corren
IR Verb Conjugation
Escrib+O=Escribo
Escrib+ES=Escribes
Escrib+E=Escribe
Escrib+E=Escribe
Escrib+IMOS=
Escribimos
Escrib+IS=Escribis
Escrib+EN=Escriben
Escrib+EN=Escriben
Hablar=to speak
El ello habla mucho.
Escribir=to write
Kaya escribe mucho libros.
Correr=to run
El perro le gusta correr.
Two Parts of a whole
There are actually two parts of every verb. There is a stem, and an ending. Example:
Estudi+ar=Estudiar(to study).
The ending depends on the subject. REMEMBER: The ending changes with the subject. The only time the stem changes is when it is a go-go verb.
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Irregular Verbs
Irregular verbs do not follow the ar, er, or ir track. Generally, in an irregular verb the whole word changes, but they also include go-go verbs, which are also known as stem changing verbs. In Stem changing verbs, the beginning changes. Here are some examples of irregular and stem changing verbs.
Ser=to be
Nosotros somos estudiantes en la escuela.
Soy
Eres
Es
Es
Somos
Son
Son
Sois
Go-Go Verbs
Tener=to have
Yo tengo muco dinero.
Tengo
Tienes
Tiene
Tiene
Tenemos
Teneis
Tienen
Tienen
Oir=to hear
Ella oye la musica de rock.
Oigo
Oyes
Oye
Oye
Oimos
Ois
Oyen
Oyen
Contestar=to answer
Mia contesta la pregunta de la profesor.
Contesto
Contesta
Contesta
Contestas
Contestamos
Contestan
Contestan
Contestais
Llamar=to call
Chico, tal vez llama?
Llamo
Llamas
Llama
Llama
Llamamos
Llaman
Llaman
Llamais
More Verbs
A LOT OF VERBS!!!
Dejar=to allow
Senora Russo deja Alex jugar hockey.
Dejo
Dejas
Deja
Deja
Dejamos
Dejais
Dejan
Dejan
Comprar=to buy
Tu compras un television por la casa.
Compro
Compras
Compra
Compra
Compramos
Comprais
Compran
Compran
Estar=to be
Yo estoy la liberaria al lado de el banco.
Estoy
Estas
Esta
Esta
Estamos
Estais
Estan
Estan
Note: I could not add any accent marks onto the words
Hacer=to do
Hace frio afuera.
Hago
Haces
Hace
Hace
Hacemos
Haceis
Hacen
Hacen
Ir=to go
Sam va a Escocia.
Voy
Vas
Va
Va
Vamos
Van
Van
Vais
Saber=to know
Ustedes saben cuantos anos Ian es.
Se
Sabes
Sabe
Sabe
Sabemos
Sabeis
Saben
Saben
Conocer=to know
Tu conoces la cancion de One Direction.
Conozco
Conoces
Conoce
Conoce
Conocemos
Conoceis
Conocen
Conocen
Mirar=to watch
Miramos Hawaii 5-0 anoche.
Miro
Miras
Mira
Mira
Miramos
Mirais
Miran
Miran
Leer=to read
Leemos el libro, Divergent, en la clase de Inglés.
Leo
Lees
Lee
Lee
Leemos
Leeis
Leen
Leen
Vender=to sell
Usted venden la collar.
Vendo
Vendes
Vende
Vende
Vendemos
Vendeis
Venden
Venden
Describir=to describe
Describe la relato que me.
Describo
Describes
Describe
Describe
Describimos
Describen
Describis
Describen
Vivir=to live
Jamie vive en Londres, Inglaterra.
Vivo
Vives
Vive
Vive
Vivimos
Vivis
Viven
Viven
Estudi=Stem
ar=ending
Citations for the Pictures
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