e>ie e>i Querer- to want Servir- to serve Pensar- to think Pedir- to ask for Tener- to have Decir- to say or tell Vener- to come o>ue Dormir- to sleep e>ie Jugar- to play Preferir- to preferRecordar- to remember Comenzar- to begin Volver- to return Empezar- to begin Poder- to be able
Para For, in order to Indicates purpose or destination PropositionExamples:El regalo para tu mama.Vamos al restuarante para comer.
Modal Verbs -- In modal verb combinations, the second verb is not conjugated, but rather left in infinitive form.Examples:Deber- should; ought to Querer- to wantDesear- to desire Saber- know, know how toNecesitar- to need Soler-usually; used toPoder- can; be able to
Present Progressives-ar verbs•-ando-ir or –er verbs•-iendo
AdverbsWhen a verb When thereends in e, l, or are twoz, simply add - adverbs in amente to the sentence, onlyend. the second adverb gets - mente on the end.