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A Spanish Lesson: Conjugating Verbs that end in -AR

verb conjugation

Santhosh Shunmugaraja

on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of A Spanish Lesson: Conjugating Verbs that end in -AR

A Lesson by Santhosh Shunmugaraja, Kelvin Cai, Brian Kim, and Jasun Chen Conjugating is not that hard!!!! We already conjugated
estar Overview Parts of the Spanish Verb Conjugating verbs ending in
-AR Chapter 4 Some Spanish Verbs that end in -AR How to conjugate Spanish Verbs have 2 Parts Stem + Ending Stems Stems portray
the action Endings -er
-ar Today we will learn to conjugate
verbs ending in -ar. -er -ir -ar Spanish Pronouns I - Yo He/She-El/Ella You(friendly) -tu We- nosotros/as You(formal)-
usted You all-
Ustedes They-
Ellos/as Y'all-
Vosotros/as Tener- to have Yo tengo El/Ella tiene Usted tiene Ustedes tienen vosotros/as teneis Nosotros tenemos tu tienes Ellos/as tienen ser- to be yo soy El/ella es Usted es Nosotros somos vosotros sois Ustedes son tu eres Ellos/as son tener and tener que class subjects adverbs estar - to be (temporary) yo estoy El/Ella esta Usted esta nosotros estamos vososotros estais tu estas ustedes estan ellos/as estan Now we will conjugate First: We will go over the conjugation chart With each of these forms take of the ending of -AR and replace with the ending that corresponds to each form. yo ends in o nosotros ends in amos tu ends in as vosotros ends in ais ellos/as and uds. ens in an el/ella an ud. ends in a Then: we will practice using buscar buscar the infintive form means to search yo busc o tu busc as el/ell ud. busc a nosotros busc amos vosotros busc ais ellos/as uds. busc an arte ingles lenguas ciencias mathematicas educacion fisica historia literatura art english languages science math P.E. history literature Have to- is tener que
I have to do something in Spanish is the form of tener + que. I have to cook.
Yo tengo que cocinar.
You have to pay for the dress.
Tu tienes que pagar para el vestido. He has to work tomorrow.
El tiene que trabajar manana.
We have to arrive in America.
Nosotros tenemos que llegar en America.
They have to listen to the teacher.
Ellos tienen que escuchar a la maetra. Adverbs
Todos Los Dias
A Veces
De vez encuando
Rara vez
Nunca Always
Every day
Once in a while
A little
Never Vocabulary to Know Siempre, rara vez, and nunca are placed before the verb
Mucho and poco are placed after the verb
Todos los dias, a veces, and devez en cuando are placed either at the beginning or the end of the sentence La clase - class
la escuela - school
el examen - test
la leccion - lesson
la prueba - quiz
la tarea - homework

ensenar - to teach
escuchar - to listen
estudiar - to study
hablar - to talk
mirar - to watch
preparar - to prepare
sacar una buena nota - to get a good grade ayudar - to help
buscar - to search
contestar - to answer
entrar - to enter
esperar - to wait for
llegar - to arrive
llevar - to wear
pnecesitar - to need
pasar - to pass
usar - to use

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