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I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
I love toconjugateverbssimpsons
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  • 1. present
  • 2. We Love Verbs!
  • 3. What is a verb?
  • 4. A verb is a part of speech that expresses action, existence, or occurrence.
  • 5. What is an infinitive?
  • 6. An infinitive is the basic verb form. In English we call it a verbal. It does not tell who is performing the action in a sentence or when the action is taking place.
  • 7. How can you Identify an infinitive?
  • 8.
    • In English it is a verb form which begins with the word " to "
    Example: to speak to eat to live.
  • 9.
    • In Spanish : It is a verb form which ends with the letters " -ar ", " -er ", or "- ir ".
    Example: hablar comer vivir
  • 10.
    • Some Spanish words which are not verb
    • forms also end in these letters,
    • but they are not infinitives
    • since they aren't verbs!
    Example: az úcar - sugar mujer - woman ?
  • 11. What are the parts of a Spanish infinitive?
  • 12.
    • 1. The Stem
    • 2. The Ending
    • Example: Hablar, which means "to speak or to talk".
    • HABL ar (habl is the stem)
    • Habl AR (ar is the ending)
  • 13. What kinds of Spanish verbs are there?
  • 14.
    • Regular verbs
    • Irregular verbs (You will hate these!)
    • Spelling-change verbs (the endings are regular)
    • Stem-changing verbs (also called "shoe verbs" – the endings are regular)
    • Reflexive verbs (most any verb can be reflexive)
  • 15. What are regular verbs?
  • 16. Regular verbs follow a regular pattern of verb conjugation
  • 17. What is Verb Conjugation?
  • 18.
    • Verb conjugation is the process
    • where the infinitive is changed
    • in order to identify…
  • 19.
    • 1. When the action is taking place, etc. (this is called verb tense ).
    Example: I speak I spoke I will speak, etc.
  • 20.
    • 2. Who is performing the action, etc.
    • (this is called person ).
    Example: I speak he speaks We speak, etc.
  • 21. How are regular verbs conjugated?
  • 22. This is the basis for everything else you will ever do in Spanish class. Follow these steps… Hey, pay attention to this part!
  • 23.
    • 1. Drop the ending from the infinitive.
    Example: Hablar: drop the ar , leaving only the stem habl- Comer: drop the er , leaving only the stem com- Vivir: drop the ir , leaving only the stem viv-
  • 24.
    • 2. Add a new ending to the stem.
    Example: habl + o = hablo (I speak) com + o = como (I eat) viv + o = vivo ( I live)
  • 25. What are the new endings to be added to the stem?
  • 26.
    • Remember?
    • That depends upon the verb tense
    • and the subject of the sentence!
  • 27. What are the new endings for verbs ending in –ar?
  • 28.
    • In the present indicative tense
    • the regular –ar endings are…
    -o, -as, -a, -amos, -a ís, -an
  • 29. The Present Indicative tense Ellos or Ellas habl an They speak Ustedes habl an You (all) speak Él habl a He speaks Ella habl a She speaks Usted habl a You speak Vosotros habl áis You (all) speak Tú habl as You speak Nosotros habl amos We speak Yo habl o = I speak
  • 30. What are the new endings for verbs ending in –er?
  • 31.
    • In the present indicative tense
    • the regular –er endings are…
    -o, -es, -e, -emos, -e ís, -en
  • 32. The Present Indicative tense regular –er verbs Ellos or Ellas com en They eat Ustedes com en You (all) eat Él com e He eat s Ella com e She eat s Usted com e You eat Vosotros com éis You (all) eat Tú com es You eat Nosotros com emos We eat Yo com o = I eat
  • 33. What are the new endings for verbs ending in –ir?
  • 34.
    • In the present indicative tense
    • the regular –ir endings are…
    -o, -es, -e, -imos, - ís, -en
  • 35. The Present Indicative tense regular –ir verbs Ellos or Ellas viv en They live Ustedes viv en You (all) live Él viv e He lives Ella viv e She lives Usted viv e You live Vosotros viv ís You (all) live Tú viv es You live Nosotros viv imos We live Yo viv o = I live
  • 36. How does one know which ending to use?
  • 37. 1 . The verb tense (when the action is happening) 2 . the subject or person (who is performing the action). That’s simple! It depends upon 2 things!
  • 38. Remember, always look for the subject! If the subject is I, use –o. If the subject is we, use –amos, etc.
  • 39. How many "verb tenses" are there in Spanish?
  • 40.
    • There are
    • 14
    • Spanish verb tenses
  • 41.
    • 7
    • simple tenses
    Example: present indicative tense hablo this has only 1 verb
  • 42.
    • 7
    • compound tenses
    Example: present perfect tense he hablado I have spoken this has a verb and a helping verb
  • 43.
    • In Spanish 1
    • the Present Indicative tense is used almost exclusively.
    • In Spanish 2, 3, and 4
    • additional tenses are added!
  • 44.
    • Note:
    • It is important that each student master the Present Indicative tense as well as possible.
    The concepts and principles that you learn will make the other tenses much easy.
  • 45.  
  • 46.
    • That was really dumb!
    ¡Adiós!

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