26 - ar, -er, and -ir verbs). The verb endings in Table 1...

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Regular verbs So far, all the tenses for which we have learned the conjugated forms have required that we remove  the infinitive ending. That means that you must remove the -  ar,  -  er,  or -  ir  ending from the verb  before adding the appropriate ending for the form and tense.  The future tense is unusual because the endings for each form are added to the entire infinitive.  Because the entire infinitive is used, there is no need for three different conjugation charts for the  three different kinds of infinitives (- 
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Unformatted text preview: ar, -er, and -ir verbs). The verb endings in Table 1 are added to the infinitive of any regular verb to create the future tense. The 12 verbs that are irregular in the future tense are presented in the next section, so for now, just remember to use the entire infinitive plus the endings in Table 1 . TABLE 1 Future Tense Verb Endings Subject Ending Subject Ending yo- nosotros/nosotras-emos t-s vosotros/vosotras-is l- ellos-n ella- ellas-n usted- ustedes-n...
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