Conjugating AR Ending Verbs Lesson
Verbs are NOT masculine or feminine.
Verbs are called conjugated or infinitive.
Verbs are masculine and feminine.
Verbs in the infinitive form ...
In Spanish, end with "ar" "er" "ir"." (exception "se") (example: hablar)
In English, the verb has the word "to" in front of it (example: to run)
In Spanish, DO NOT end with -ar, -er, -ir. (example: Yo canto.)
In English, there is a person/thing doing the action. (example: He works.)
Choose the infinitive...
The underlined part of the verb is called the verb "ending."
The remaining letters are called the stem.
What part of the verb is underlined? Comer
When I conjugate a verb to talk about my daily activities or other people's I must... (example: I speak Spanish.)
Say the subject/person: yo
Identify the verb: hablar
Remove the ending: ar
Add a new ending based on the subject: add o
Yo hablo español.
No, not, don't, doesn't
It's just "no."
No always comes before the conjugated verb.
Yo no hablo español.
To talk about other people, add different letters:
Choose the letters based on the people you are talking to or about. It's NOT random. You have to MEMORIZE!
When you conjugate a verb, you remove the ending (ar, er, ir) and add random letters.
Watch this video.
Lucas y Roberto (visitar)