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This is an interactive powerpoint presentation created by Tiffany VanDonk for ED 205. It goes over the conjuagtions of Spanish -ar, -er, -ir verbs in the present tense as well as present tense ...

This is an interactive powerpoint presentation created by Tiffany VanDonk for ED 205. It goes over the conjuagtions of Spanish -ar, -er, -ir verbs in the present tense as well as present tense conjugations of ser, estar, and ir. You will also find uses and examples for all of these as well as some links to other related sites.

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    • Conjugating Verbs In Present Tense: -AR, -ER, -IR, Ser, Estar & Ir Please listen to Created By: Tiffany VanDonk instructions ED 205-03 before beginning June 17, 2009 the presentation End
    •  Conjugating –ar verbs in the present tense  Conjugating –er verbs in the present tense  Conjugating –ir verbs in the present tense  Conjugating the verb Ser in the present tense  Conjugating the verb Estar in the present tense  Conjugating the verb Ir in the present tense  Examples of, and Using –ar verbs in the present tense  Examples of, and Using –er verbs in the present tense  Examples and Using –ir verbs in the present tense  Using the verb Ser in the present tense  Using the verb Estar in the present tense  Using the verb Ir in the present tense  Further Review (includes “About the Author” biography)  Sources End
    • -AR VERB CONJUGATION in the present tense: Yo: -o Tú: -as Él: -a Ella: -a Usted: -a Nosotros/as: -amos Vosotros/as (Spain): -áis Ellos: -an Ellas: -an Ustedes: -an End
    • -ER VERB CONJUGATION in the present tense: Yo: -o Tú: -es Él: -e Ella: -e Usted: -e Nosotros/as: -emos Vosotros/as (Spain) : -éis Ellos: -en Ellas: -en Ustedes: -en End
    • -IR VERB CONJUGATION in the present tense: Yo: -o Tú: -es Él: -e Ella: -e Usted: -e Nosotros/as: -imos Vosotros/as (Spain) : -ís Ellos: -en Ellas: -en Ustedes: -en End
    • Ser: To be Yo soy I am Tú eres you are (familiar) Él es he is Ella es she is Usted es you are (formal) Nosotros/as somos we are Vosotros/as (Spain) sois you are (familiar) Ellos son you are (formal) Ellas son they are Ustedes son they are End
    • Estar: To be Yo estoy I am Tú estás you are (familiar) Él está he is Ella está she is Usted está you are (formal) Nosotros/as estamos we are Vosotros/as (Spain) estáis you are (familiar) Ellos están you are (formal) Ellas están they are Ustedes están they are End
    • Ir: To go Yo voy I go/I am going Tú vas you go/you are going (familiar) Él va he goes/he is going Ella va she goes/she is going Usted va you go/you are going (formal) Nosotros vamos we go/we are going Vosotros (Spain) vais you go/you are going (familiar) Ellos van you go/you are going (formal) Ellas van they go/they are going Ustedes van they go/they are going End
    • -AR Verbs: Bailar (To Dance): Bailo, Bailas, Baila, Bailamos, Bailáis, Bailan Caminar (To Walk): Camino, Caminas, Camina, Caminamos, Camináis, Caminan Estudiar (To Study): Estudio, Estudias, Estudia, Estudiamos, Estudiáis, Estudian Tomar (To Drink or To Take): Tomo, Tomas, Toma, Tomamos, Tomáis, Toman Ejemplos: I drink a lot of milk.Yo tomo mucha leche. He walks to school. Él camina a la escuela. End
    • -ER Verbs: Beber (To Drink): Bebo, Bebes, Bebe, Bebemos, Bebéis, Beben Comer (To Eat): Como, Comes, Come, Comemos, Coméis, Comen Comprender (To Understand): Comprendo, Comprendes, Comprende, Comprendemos, Comprendéis, Comprenden Correr (To Run): Corro, Corres, Corre, Corremos, Corréis, Corren Ejemplos: I drink water everyday.Yo bebo agua todas las días. He eats french fries. Él come las papas fritas. End
    • -IR Verbs: Compartir (To Share): Comparto, Compartes, Comparte, Compartimos, Compartís, Comparten Decidir (To Decide): Decido, Decides, Decide, Decidimos, Decidís, Deciden Escribir (To Write): Escribo, Escribes, Escribe, Escribimos, Escribís, Escriben Vivir (To Live): Vivo, Vives, Vive, Vivimos, Vivís, Viven Ejemplos: I share my toys with her.Yo comparto mis juguetes con ella. He writes a letter to the government. Él escrite una carta al gobierno End
    • Uses of Ser Nationality Profession or Occupation Characteristics of People and Things Generalizations Centro de Idiomas Possession Intercultura What Something Is Made Of Costa Rica Time and Date Where or When an Event Takes Place Ejemplos: I am costa rican.Yo soy costarriqueño. José is a doctor. José es médico. The bicycle is metal. La bicicleta es de metal. End
    • Uses of Estar Location or Spacial Relationships Health Physical States and Conditions Emotional States Centro de Idiomas Certain Weather Expressions Intercultura Ongoing Actions (Progressive Tenses) Costa Rica Ejemplos: The airport is far from the city. El aeropuerto está lejos de la ciudad. How are you? (familiar)¿Cómo Estás? The professor is busy. La professora está ocupada. End
    • Ir is often used with the preposition a (to). If a is followed by the definite article el, they combine to form the contraction al. If a is followed by the other definite articles (la, las, los), there is no contraction. a + el = al The construction ir a + [infinitive] is used to talk about actions that are going to happen in the future. It is equivalent to the English to be going to + [infinitive]. Vamos a + [infinitive] can also express the idea of let’s (do something). Ejemplos: I’m going to the park with Pablo.Yo voy al parque con Pablo. He is going to read the newspaper. Él va a leer el periódico. Let’s take a stroll. Vamos a pasear. End
    • For more help on present tense conjugations for –ar, -er, and -ir verbs please visit this youtube site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s8sVnNNIbs For more help on present tense conjugations and use of the verb, ser, please visit this youtube site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2ALpg1HaYs&feature=fvw For more help on present tense conjugations and use of the verb, estar, please visit this youtube site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJsowdfZNh8&feature=channel For more help on present tense conjugations and use of the verb, ir, please visit this youtube site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQhl9q4Io1E ABOUT ME: My name is Tiffany VanDonk. I am a Grand Valley State University Senior. I am majoring in General Management, International Business, Spanish and Education. I have studied abroad in both Mexico and Costa Rica. I love to travel and learn the Spanish Language. I spend a lot of my time volunteering with environmental or animal organizations. I have volunteered in Costa Rica, Mexico, the United States and I am about to take a volunteer trip to New Zealand. For more help or questions please feel free to contact me. End
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s8sVnNNIbs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2ALpg1HaYs&feature=fvw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJsowdfZNh8&feature=channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQhl9q4Io1E http://www.interculturacostarica.com/ http://www.udg.mx/ ClipArt Pictures from Microsoft Office 2007 PowerPoint Universidad de Guadalajara Picture from my photos Centro de Idiomas Intercultura Costa Rica Picture from my photos End