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Title: Regular Present Tense Ar ER and IR Verbs


1
Regular Present Tense Ar ER and IR Verbs
  • There are three types of regular verbs in
    Spanish verbs that end in ar, verbs that end in
    er, and verbs that end in ir.

2
Review
  • Verb
  • Infinitive
  • Conjugate
  • Subject
  • Conjugations
  • Subject pronouns
  • a part of speech indicating action

an unchanged verb. In English it usually includes
the word to to be, to swim, to eat, to live,
etc. In Spanish all infinitives end in either
-ar, -er-, ir.
To change the verb from the infinitive to a form
that matches the subject.
The person or thing doing the action
the forms of the verb after you conjugate it.
a word that replaces the proper names of nouns.
3
Subject pronouns
Singular
Plural
We (m) Nosotros We (f) Nosotras
I yo
1st person
You tú
2nd person
He él She ella You Ud.
They (m) ellos They (f) ellas You all
Uds.
3rd person
4
Conjugating Verbs
  • To conjugate a verb in Spanish you
  • Chop suey take off the ending, -ar, -er, -ir
  • you are left with the stem of the verb
  • comer er com (the stem)
  • add on the appropriate ending to match the
    subject.
  • But What Are The Endings?

5
-AR verb endings
-ar Verbs
  • Yo
  • Él, ella, Ud.
  • Nosotros
  • Ellos, Ellas, Uds.

-o
-as
-a
-amos
-an
6
Practicamos
  • Complete each sentence below with the correct
    form of the verb tomar.
  • La señora ____________________ café con leche.
  • Las muchachas ____________________ una limonada.
  • Nosotros ____________________ limonada.
  • Tú ____________________ leche.
  • Yo ____________________ té helado.

7
Practicamos
  • Complete each sentence below with the correct
    form of the verb cantar.
  • Yo ____________________ todo los dias.
  • La profesora ____________________ para tener la
    tencion de la clase.
  • Los alumnos ____________________ el cumpleanos de
    pancho.
  • Mariana y yo ____________________ en la boda de
    miguel.
  • Tú ____________________ cuando eschuchas la radio.

8
  • So when youre conjugating verbs, be sure you
    know if the infinitive

(the form ending in ar EX hablar, llegar,
nadar, caminar, cocinar, limpiar, tocar, llenar,
tratar etc infinitives) ends with an ar, so
youll know what ending to put on it
9
ER and IR Verbs
  • verbs that end in er, and verbs that end in ir.

10
-ER and IR verb endings
-er Verbs
-ir Verbs
  • Yo
  • Él, ella, Ud.
  • Nosotros
  • Ellos, Ellas, Uds.

-o
-o
-es
-es
-e
-e
-emos
-imos
-en
-en
11
Practicamos
  • Complete each sentence below with the correct
    form of the verb beber.
  • La señora ____________________ café con leche.
  • Las muchachas ____________________ una limonada.
  • Nosotros ____________________ limonada.
  • Tú ____________________ leche.
  • Yo ____________________ té helado.

bebe
beben
bebemos
bebes
bebo
12
Practicamos
  • Complete each sentence below with the correct
    form of the verb escribir.
  • Yo ____________________ muchas cartas.
  • La profesora ____________________ el examen.
  • Los alumnos ____________________ con lápices.
  • Mariana y yo ____________________ con bolígrafos.
  • Tú ____________________ una carta larga.

escribo
escribe
escriben
escribimos
escribes
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You are going to create sentences by using ar,er,
Ir VerbEx) Yo tomo agua todo el diaTu comes
napales
  • Ar, Er, Ir Verbs Sentences
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