In order to write sentences in Spanish you’ll need to have a basic idea of how the grammar works. We start here with the straightforward regular verbs. As we’ve seen in class the reason they’re regular is that they all work by taking off the ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and adding a different ending depending on who is doing the verb. You can find a good simple summary of how regular verbs work by clicking here.
Here is a set of flashcards that will help you learn the most popular -AR verbs for the Leaving Cert, there are 30 in total in this set and remember these all work the same way; simply remove the -AR and add -o, -as, -a, -amos, -áis, -an.
Practice the Regular -AR verbs here.
And here is a set of flashcards with the most common -ER/-IR verbs. Remember the reason we learn these two verb types together is that they are the same except for the nosotros and vosotros forms.
Practice the Regular -ER/-IR verbs here.