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Present Tense Regular Verbs

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  • 1. Grammar Review
  • 2. Spanish Subjects
    • Yo- I
    • Tú- Familiar You
    • Él - He
    • Ella- She
    • Usted- Formal You
    • Nosotros- We (male or mixed group)
    • Nosotras- We (female)
    • Vosotros- You all familiar (male or mixed group) Spain only!
    • Vosotras- You all familiar (female) Spain only!
    • Ellos- They (male or mixed group)
    • Ellas- They (female)
    • Ustedes- You all formal
  • 3. AR Verb Endings
    • Yo- o
    • Tú- as
    • Él - a
    • Ella - a
    • Usted - a
    • Nosotros,as- amos
    • Vosotros,as- áis
    • Ellos- an
    • Ellas- an
    • Ustedes- an
  • 4. ER Verb Endings Yo- o Tú- es Él - e Ella - e Usted - e Nosotros,as- emos Vosotros,as- éis Ellos- en Ellas- en Ustedes- en
  • 5. IR Verb Endings Yo- o Tú- es Él - e Ella - e Usted - e Nosotros,as- imos Vosotros,as- ís Ellos- en Ellas- en Ustedes- en
  • 6. Reminder
    • In order to conjugate a verb you must
    • first---
      • Find the stem.
      • Remove the ending.
      • Replace with appropriate ending that matches the subject of the sentence.
      • Example. Yo- hablar
        • Habl ar
        • Habl
        • Hablo
  • 7. Let’s Practice!
    • Yo- beber Nosotros- bailar
    • Tú- caminar Nosotras- comer
    • Él - hablar Ellos- vivir
    • Ella- escribir Ellas- tomar
    • Usted- pagar Ustedes-mirar
  • 8. Answers… Check your work! Yo- bebo Nosotros- bailamos Tú- caminas Nosotras- comemos Él - habla Ellos- viven Ella- escribe Ellas- toman Usted- paga Ustedes-miran
  • 9. Nouns, Articles, Adjectives
    • Remember that in Spanish a sentence must agree in gender and number.
    • That is why it is important to remember how to use nouns, articles, and adjectives in the singular and the plural.
  • 10. Nouns
    • Nouns are people, places, or things.
    • A noun that ends in a vowel can be made plural by adding –s .
    • Example: blusa – blusas
    • A noun that ends in a consonant such as -n or -l is made plural by adding –es .
    • Example: mantel - manteles
  • 11. Articles
    • Definite Articles- signify the.
    • El- masc. sing.
    • La- fem. sing.
    • Los- masc. plur.
    • Las- fem. plur.
    • El libro- the book
    • Los libros- the books
    • Indefinite Articles- signify a or an in the singular and some in the plural.
    • Un- masc. sing.
    • Una- fem. sing.
    • Unos- masc. plur.
    • Unas- fem. plur.
    • Una blusa- a blouse
    • Unas blusas- some blouses
  • 12. Adjectives- Agreeing in Number
    • An adjective is a word that describes a noun.
    • An adjective that ends in a vowel can be made plural by adding –s .
    • Example: rojo – rojos
    • An adjective that ends in a consonant such as -n or -l is made plural by adding –es .
    • Example: azul - azules
  • 13. Adjectives- Agreeing in Gender
    • An adjective that ends in an –o is masculine and modifies masculine nouns.
    • Example: carro rojo
    • If you want that adjective to modify a feminine noun, you must change the –o to –a.
    • Example: blusa roja
    • If an adjective ends in another letter such as -e or -l, it is neutral and has no gender. It can modify a masculine or feminine word.
    • Example: alumno inteligente
    • casa azul
  • 14. Adjectives- Agreeing in Gender (cont.)
    • Once you have changed the adjective to match the noun for gender, you add an –s or –es if the noun it modifies is plural.
    • Example: blusas rojas
    • carros azules
  • 15. Irregular Verbs
    • Ir-
    • Dar-
    • Estar-
    • Tener-

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