Verbs - 7:02:00 AM Present Tense I Regular Verbs-ar...

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14:02 Present Tense I. Regular Verbs -ar -er -ir hablar ( to speak ) comer ( to eat ) vivir ( to live ) hablo hablamos como comemos vivo vivimos habla s habláis come s coméis vive s vivís habla hablan come comen vive viven II. Stem changing Verbs o O ue volver ( return, go back ) vue lvo, vue lves, vue lve, volvemos, volvéis, vue lven dormir ( sleep ) due rmo, due rmes, due rme, dormimos, dormís, due rmen o e ie empezar ( begin ) empie zo, empie zas, empie za, empezamos, empezáis, empie zan querer ( want ) quie ro, quie res, quie re, queremos, queréis, quie ren sentir ( feel ) sie nto, sie ntes, sie nte, sentimos, sentís, sie nten o e i pedi r ( request, ask for ) pi do, pi des, pi de, pedimos, pedís, pi den o u ue juga r ( play [a game or sport]) jue go, jue gas, jue ga, jugamos, jugáis, jue gan
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Perfecto I. Haber + masculine singular form of the past participle II. Form past participle by taking the infinitive, dropping off the last two letters, and adding o –ado for AR verbs hablar hablado o –ido for ER and IR verbs comer comido, vivir vivido III. Irregular past particoples: o Abrir: abierto o Cubrir: cubierto o Decir: dicho o Describir: descrito o Descubrir: descubierto o Devolver: devuelto o Escribir: escrito o Hacer: hecho o Morir: muerto o Poner: puesto o Romper: roto
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o Ver: visto o Volver: vuelto o Leer: leido o Oir: oido I. Present Perfect Tense: o To form the present perfect, use the present tense of HABER plus the masculine singular form of the past participle He hablado = I have spoken hemos hablado Has hablado you have spoken habeis hablado Ha hablado she has spoken han hablado o Indicates an action or state as having occurred and having been completed PRIOR to the present time i. Not used to indicate an action still in progress ii. To express the idea “to have just (done something)” 1. Acadbar de + infinitive Acabo de oir la noticia (I just heard the news) II. Past Perfect Tense (pluscuamperfecto) o Imperfect of HABER + masculine singular form of the past participle Habia hablado = I had spoken habiamos hablado Habias hablado habiais hablado Habia hablado habian hablado (they HAD spoken) Juan dijo que habia viajado a Mexico. (John said that he had traveled to Mexico) o Past perfect tense views an action or state as having occurred and been completed at a time prior to another past action, state or time.
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