Cap1-Conjugation and agreement

Cap1-Conjugation and agreement - Spanish Verbs Welcome to...

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Spanish Verbs Spanish Verbs Welcome to Spanish 1010! I hope you enjoy your time in class. This introductory presentation will review two key concepts: conjugation and agreement . Feel free to skip this presentation if you are already familiar with these terms.
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Identifying Verbs Identifying Verbs Let’s begin with a few English verbs!
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Every day I wake up at 6:00. Every day I wake up at 6:00. The verb describes the state or action. Every complete sentence needs a verb. Imagine trying to make sense out of “Every day I up at 6:00.” Every complete sentence also needs a subject – the who? part of the sentences. Imagine trying to make sense out of “Every day wake up at 6:00.”
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Every morning I wake up at 6:00. Every morning I wake up at 6:00. You can identify the verb by making some changes to the sentence. Change the subject and see what happens. In this case, change “I” to “she” and see what happens.
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Every morning she wake Every morning she wake s s up… up… The word wake changed to wakes because we are talking about a different person.
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Every morning I wake up at 6:00. Every morning I wake up at 6:00.
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