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El subjuntivo

El subjuntivo

Señorita Hittie Español III Pre-AP. El subjuntivo. Tense vs. Mood. Every verb has a tense and a mood Tense = Time Past, Present and Future Mood = Feelings Outside of time All about context 3 Main Moods. Mood 1: Indicative. Just the facts Like a teacher

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ANTE TODO

ANTE TODO

ANTE TODO With the exception of commands, all of the verb forms you have been using have been in the indicative mood. The indicative is used to state facts and to express actions or states that the speaker considers to be real and definite.

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ANTE TODO

ANTE TODO

ANTE TODO With the exception of commands, all of the verb forms you have been using have been in the indicative mood. The indicative is used to state facts and to express actions or states that the speaker considers to be real and definite.

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Ar , Er , and Ir Verbs

Ar , Er , and Ir Verbs

Ar , Er , and Ir Verbs. By: Genevieve. Yo te amo. Nosotros cantamos contigo. Ellos compran un lapiz. Ella estudia ingles. Tu bebes la leche. Vosotros correis en siete minutos. Tu vendes las sillas. Yo cubro la mesa. El vive en paz. Yo abro la casa.

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Stem-changing subjunctive - ar verbs and – er verbs

Stem-changing subjunctive - ar verbs and – er verbs

Stem-changing subjunctive - ar verbs and – er verbs. Háganlo ahora. Think of any stem-changing verbs that end in – er or - ar ( pensar ) E to IE peinso. - ar stem-changing subjunctive. Pensar Yo-piense Tú-pienses Él , ella , Ud .- piense. Nosotros-pensemos

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Preterite of -ar, -er, -ir verbs

Preterite of -ar, -er, -ir verbs

Preterite of -ar, -er, -ir verbs. Review the preterite endings of - ar , - er , and - ir verbs. Remember that - ar and - er verbs have no stem changes in the preterite. Preterite Verbs. You use the preterite to talk about things that happened in the past.

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Conjugation of –ar/ and -er/-ir verbs

Conjugation of –ar/ and -er/-ir verbs

Conjugation of –ar/ and -er/-ir verbs. What is the basic form of all Spanish verbs?. What is the basic form of all Spanish verbs? An infinitive: to + a verb To speak, to dance, to sing. What is the basic form of all Spanish verbs? An infinitive: to + a verb

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Forms of Regular AR,ER,IR Verbs

Forms of Regular AR,ER,IR Verbs

Forms of Regular AR,ER,IR Verbs. (ADD THESE TO YOUR VERB NOTES IN THE CHARTS YOU ALREADY MADE AND ADD THE NEW EXAMPLES). AR VERBS. EXAMPLE= hablar habl + ending (NEW ) habl an (they, you pl. speak). E R VERBS. E R VERBS. Some common ER ending regular verbs are aprender = to learn

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AR Verbs

AR Verbs

AR Verbs. Conjugating Regular Verbs Group 1. Infinitives. Infinitives are the words ‘ to + a verb ’, such as : To run, to play, to read, to study In Spanish, infinitives end in the letters AR, ER or IR . Hablar to speak Comer to eat Escribir to write. What is Conjugation?.

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AR Verbs

AR Verbs

AR Verbs. *To make a verb have a subject, chop off the “AR” ending and add these endings:. AR Verbs. *To make a verb have a subject, chop off the “AR” ending and add these endings:. AR Verbs. *To make a verb have a subject, chop off the “AR” ending and add these endings:. AR Verbs.

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-ar verbs

-ar verbs

-ar verbs. In order to read and write in Spanish, we need to be able to make sentences. Sentences in Spanish are made up of the same elements as in English:. Noun – a word that refers to a person, place, thing, or idea. Pronoun – a word that takes the place of a noun.

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-AR verbs

-AR verbs

-AR verbs. -AR Verbs. As you know, an “INFINITIVE” in English is the not-conjugated verb: To dance, to swim, to run. In Spanish, an INFINITIVE ends in -AR, -ER, or –IR. For now, we will focus on the –AR verbs. The easiest ones! . -AR Verbs. -AR Verbs. -AR Verbs.

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-ar verbs

-ar verbs

-ar verbs. Present tense Question and Answer. ¿________ tú una camisa?. necesito. necesitas. necesita. Sí, ________ una camisa. necesito. necesitas. necesita. ¿________ tú una camisa?. Necesitas. necesito. necesita. Sí, ________ una camisa. necesito. necesitas. necesita.

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