Regularverbs - All Spanish verbs are either"regular or"irregular In this lesson we will look at three completely regular verbs hablar(to speak

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All Spanish verbs are either "regular" or "irregular." In this lesson we will look at three completely regular verbs: hablar (to speak) comer (to eat) vivir (to live) Notice the last two letters of each verb. habl ar (to speak) com er (to eat) viv ir (to live) There are three categories of verbs: -ar verbs (like hablar) -er verbs (like comer) -ir verbs (like vivir) All three categories are infinitives. You will recall from a previous lesson that infinitives are the base form of the verb, equivalent in English to: to speak, to eat, to live, etc. In Spanish, all infinitives end in -ar, -er, or -ir. -ar verb hablar (to speak) -er verb comer (to eat) -ir verb vivir (to live) Remember what it means to conjugate a verb: to speak I speak you speak he speaks she speaks
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we speak you-all speak they speak hablar - to speak yo hablo I speak usted habla you speak nosotros/as hablamos we speak ustedes hablan you-all speak comer - to eat yo como I eat usted come you eat nosotros/as comemos we eat ustedes comen
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPANISH 108 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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Regularverbs - All Spanish verbs are either"regular or"irregular In this lesson we will look at three completely regular verbs hablar(to speak

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