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Estar + -iendo or –iendo PRESENT CONOSER VS. SABER Estoy ER/IR AR CONOCER : used for a familiar person, place, or thing. Must have the personal a after Estas -O -O Esta -Es -As Conozco Conocemos Estamos -E -A Conoces Conoceis (accent mark) Estáis -Emos -Amos Conoce Conocen Están -Eis (accent mark) -Ais (accent mark) -En -An SABER : usedto talk about facts someone may or may not know. When followed Pretérito NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE by an infinitive indicates the person ER/IR AR TU,UST/USTDS COMMANDS
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Unformatted text preview: knows how to do something-E (accent mark) -E (accent mark) TU-Iste -Aste Put in the el/ella form Se (accent mark) Sabemos-Io (accent mark) -O (accent mark) Sabes Sabeis (accent mark)-Imos -Amos NEG and REGULAR UST/USTD Sabe Saben -Isteis -Asteis Yo form minus the “o” add opp-Ieron -Aron letter a > e/en e>a/an Neg: same conjugation add no in front of word NEG TU El/ella form opp letter a>e e>a add an s and a no in front of the verb...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Driell during the Spring '11 term at College of the Canyons.

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