CH02_5. The present tense of regular -er and -ir verbs

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Verbs in the present tense (Los verbos en el tiempo presente) Second and third conjugations: -er, -ir
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The infinitive : The basic, unconjugated form of the verb. responder The fundamental parts of the verb The ending : The last two letters of the infinitive. The stem : What is left after taking the ending from the infinitive. er respond
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Verbs of the 2 nd conjugation (- er ) The following verbs are regular - er verbs and are conjugated according to the pattern in the following three slides. aprender to learn beber to drink comer to eat creer to believe leer to read vender to sell (+ a + infinitive) (to do something) comprender to understand deber (+ a + infinitive) to owe (ought to do something)
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comer com o es e com emos com éis com en Verbs of the 2 nd conjugation (- er ) All persons and numbers are based on the stem. yo Ud. él ella nosotros/as vosotros/as ellos ellas com e com en Uds. com com
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beber beb o es e beb emos beb éis beb en Verbs of the 2 nd conjugation (- er ) All persons and numbers are based on the stem.
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