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Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
Prestenseof Ar Verbs
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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

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