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  • 1. Present Tense of -ar Verbs P. 84 Realidades 1
  • 2. VERBS
    • A verb usually names the action in a sentence.
    • We call the verb that ends in -r the INFINITIVE
  • 3. VERBS
    • The INFINITIVE is the form you would find in a Spanish dictionary.
    • In English it means
    • “ to + (verb) ”
  • 4. These are some INFINITIVES you already know:
    • Enseñar
    • Estudiar
    • Hablar
    • Bailar
    • Cantar
    • Dibujar
    • Escuchar
    • Esquiar
    • Jugar
    • Montar
    • Nadar
    • Pasar tiempo
    • Patinar
    • And several more!
  • 5. IN SPANISH:
    • The last letter or letters of the verb tell you who does the action.
  • 6. IN SPANISH:
    • To change an INFINITIVE to a form that tells who is doing the action, remove the -ar and add the appropriate ending.
  • 7. IN SPANISH:
    • This action is called CONJUGATION
  • 8. TO STUDY (English)
    • I study
    • You study
    • He
    • She studies
    • it
    • We study
    • They study
  • 9. ESTUDIAR (Spanish)
    • Yo estudi o
    • Tú estudi as
    • Ud.
    • Él estudi a
    • Ella
    • Nosotros estudi amos
    • Nosotras
    • Vosotros estud áis
    • Vosotras
    • Uds.
    • Ellos estudi an
    • Ellas
  • 10. STEM / ENDING
    • For every INFINITIVE in Spanish there is a STEM and an ENDING.
  • 11. STEM / ENDING
    • For example, for “estudiar,”…”estudi” is the stem.
    • “ ar” is the ending.
  • 12. STEM / ENDING
    • So, the endings for -ar verbs are:
    • o, as, a, amos, áis, an
  • 13. THE VOSOTROS
    • Verb forms ending in áis , such as estudi áis , are used mainly in the country of Spain only.
  • 14. Let’s CONJUGATE Some more -ar verbs!
  • 15. TOCAR
    • Yo toc o
    • Tú toc as
    • Ud.
    • Él toc a
    • Ella
    • Nosotros toc amos
    • nosotras
    • Vosotros toc áis
    • vosotras
    • Uds.
    • Ellos toc an
    • Ellas
  • 16. Enseñar
    • Yo enseñ o
    • Tú enseñ as
    • Ud.
    • Él enseñ a
    • Ella
    • Nosotros enseñ amos
    • Vosotros enseñ áis
    • Uds.
    • Ellos enseñ an
    • Ellas
  • 17. NEGATING A SENTENCE
    • When you want to say that you do not do something, use no before the verb form
  • 18. NEGATING A SENTENCE
    • Yo no cocino en la clase de educación física.
  • 19. ASKING A QUESTION
    • When we ask a question in Spanish, we usually put the subject after the verb or sometimes at the end of the sentence.
  • 20. ASKING A QUESTION
    • Cocina Juan en la clase de ciencias?
    • Estudia mucho Paulina ?
    • Verb Subject