Aquì podéis practicar los distintos tipos de los verbos irregulares en el presente indicativo. Es muy importante que sepamos bien el vocabulario además de las reglas.
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Over the next few weeks we will start to see more grammar, starting of course with the regular -AR verbs. A regular verb is a verb that follows a set of rules and with these rules we can start to make the infinitive of a verb useful.
Can you remember what we said yesterday about infinitives? They tell us what a verb does without telling us who did it or when they did it. For example:
to eat – who eats? when do they eat?
Compare that to a conjugated verb which tells us who does it and when they do it;
I eat – I ate – I will eat
You eat – You are – You will eat
The above examples are conjugated because we know who is eating and when they are eating.
In Spanish as we now know the infinitives end in -AR, -ER and -IR, for example:
Hablar Comer Vivir
We will soon be learning how to conjugate these infinitives so we can say who is doing something and when (this part will come later).