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-AR verb conjugations

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Calla Harrington

on 8 November 2016

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Transcript of -AR verb conjugations

Hablo -
I talk

Hablamos - we talk
Hablas - You talk

Habla - He/she talk
s
Hablan - they talk
-AR EXAMPLE
To conjugate = to change a verb to say who is doing the action.
Infintive = unconjugated/unchanged form of verb.
Stem = part of the infinitive that doesn't change.
Ending = The part of the infinitive that does change.
Parts of a verb
-ar Verb Conjugation
Practicar
Yo practic__o__
Tú practic_as_
Ella practic_a_
Nosotros practic_amos__
Ellos practic_an_

PRACTICAMOS -AR
Practicar
Yo practic____
Tú practic____
Ella practic____
Nosotros practic____
Ellos practic____
PRACTICAMOS -AR
Nosotros
-amos
Vosotros - cross off
Ellos, ellas,
-an
Uds.
Yo
-o


-as

el,ella
-a

Ud.
Hablar (-ar)
Drop –ar ending
Add appropriate ending
-AR VERBS
Singular
Plural
1st person
Yo = I
Nosotros = we
2nd person
Tú = you
3rd person
ellos, ellas, = they
ustedes = you all
él = he, ella = she,
usted= you (formal)
The Chart
TEXTE
AR
Stem
Infinitive
Ending that will drop
The SUBJECT of a sentence tells who is doing the action. A person's NAME is often the subject.
Verbs endings in Spanish:
AR, ER, IR
Most verbs end in :
AR
In order to use the verb in another form than the infinitive, you drop the
AR
ending, leaving the
STEM
of the verb.
Verb endings tell you WHO is doing the action. We use PRONOUNS to clarify or emphasize who is doing the action.
Using a piece of scratch paper, write down how you would change each word by taking off the -AR and adding the correct ending. Then translate what they mean in English. When you finish, raise your hand and I will check your answers.
On a sheet of scratch paper, put the correct endings on for the following verbs using the chart you filled out.
Example: Yo _estudio__(estudiar) - I study.
1. Tú_______________(hablar)
2. Yo ______________(usar)
3. Ellos ____________(caminar)
4. Nosotros __________(cocinar)
5. Ella ____________ (escuchar)
6. Yo __________(practicar)
7. Ellas _________ (textear)
8. Él ___________ (trabajar)

You DO NOT need to write anything down in your packet for this slide, it is just a reminder.
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