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Conjugation of Spanish Regular Verbs.
As we learned in previous lessons, Spanish verbs can be either regular or irregular.
Free Spanish Verb Conjugator [offsite link]
Practice Conjugating Spanish Verbs! This free program offers you over 600 regular and Irregular Verbs (Conjugated over 57000 forms), Indicative, Subjunctive and Imperative Moods, Spanish and English user interface, verb conjugation History, Spanish special Keys and easy to use interface.
Imperfect Indicative Tense - Conjugation.
The Spanish Imperfect tense is used to refer or talk about past actions that took place over an indeterminate period of time...
Introduction to Spanish verbs.
Before this first approach to Spanish verbs, let´s begin with a question: What´s a verb? From a grammatical point of view, a verb is a word that is used to indicate and action, state or condition. Verbs function as the predicate of a sentence or introduce the predicate.
Introduction to the Spanish subjunctive mood
This article will introduce you to the use of Spanish subjunctive, and includes some examples and an audio recording.
Preterite Tense Conjugation - Regular Verbs.
Learn to conjugate the Preterite tense of the Spanish Regular verbs. This lesson includes a new feature: ´Click and Listen´ vocabulary (sound files).
SER & ESTAR/ TO BE [offsite link]
This site offers wide explanations on the differences between Ser and Estar. It also contains sound files, so that you can also hear how these 2 verbs are pronounced.
Spanish Future Tense, Regular Verbs Conjugation
Good news! Did you know that the Future tense is very easy to conjugate?
Spanish irregular present subjunctive. Exercises
Some exercises to practice the conjugation of Spanish irregular verbs in present subjunctive tense.
Spanish Irregular Verbs (Part I)
After having studied how Spanish regular verbs are conjugated (Present Tense), in this lesson you´ll find the basics on Irregular verbs.
Spanish Irregular Verbs (Part II): Stem-changing verbs.
There is a group of irregular Spanish verbs, called "stem-changing verbs"...
Spanish Irregular Verbs (Part III): Irregular First Person (Yo)
When we want to conjugate any regular verb, we just remove the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and add the corresponding conjugation ending...
Spanish past subjunctive for regular verbs
This article covers the conjugation in Spanish of the past subjunctive for regular verbs and includes a link to an audio recording with the subjunctive conjugations (past tense) of “amar”, “beber” and “vivir”.
Spanish past tenses: Preterit and Imperfect
Both, Spanish preterite (or preterit) and imperfect tenses are used to express past actions, but in English we have just one past tense.
Spanish present subjunctive and Irregular verbs
Some explanation about the conjugation of irregular verbs in present subjunctive.
Spanish present subjunctive. Regular verbs
This article includes information about the conjugation in Spanish of the present subjunctive for regular verbs and a link to an audio recording with the subjunctive conjugations (present tense) of "amar", "beber" and "vivir".
Spanish Preterite. - Irregular Verbs (II)
It is time to go on reviewing the Preterite tense conjugation of Spanish irregular verbs. This article also contains sound file for more irregular Spanish verbs / tenses.
Spanish Preterite. Irregular Verbs (I)
After having reviewed the conjugation of the Preterite Tense for Regular Verbs, now it is time to learn how irregular Spanish verbs are conjugated in the Preterite. This article contains ´click and listen´ glossary.
Spanish Regular Verbs Conjugation: Present Indicative.
Present Indicative is a verbal tense that indicates what is happening now...
Spanish verbs types and conjugations
A general overview about Spanish verbs. This way, you'll have a clear idea about conjugations and types of verbs, which will make it easier to understand how conjugations work.
Spanish Verbs with Irregular First Person (IV)
These verbs follow the regular conjugation patterns except for the "Yo" form and they can be classified in four categories...
The verb Estar
We learned there are two Spanish verbs -Ser and Estar- that are the equivalent for the English verb To be. Today we´re going to study the verb Estar, its conjugation and uses.
The verb Ser
Spanish verbs "Ser" and "Estar" are both translated as “To be”. The differences in use between these two Spanish verbs is a difficult point for a lot students of Spanish. Through this lesson we’ll review and learn how to use the verb “Ser”.
Using Estar (To Be) [offsite link]
Uses of the verb Estar, and its conjugation, not just the present tense, but also Preterite, Imperfect and Future.
Verbs conjugations & grammar [offsite link]
Type the Spanish verb you want to have conjugated and you´ll watch all its tenses.
Verbs Flashcards [offsite link]
Choose first the tense and then the verb you want to be conjugated. Good!
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