Spanish Verbs - Conjugations
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Spanish Verbs - Conjugations

Elizabeth Jacobs

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Spanish Verbs - Conjugations

Elizabeth Jacobs

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The key to learning the Spanish language is the ability to conjugate Spanish verbs. This 6-page laminated guide offers easy-to-read tables of conjugations for the 15 verb tenses and moods, with the changes bolded for quick reference. Sixty verbs and their meanings are included, with the irregular tenses and moods listed for each verb. Using the example conjugations, this guide becomes a powerful key to unlocking Spanish for communication. Suggested uses:
• Students – a very lightweight, inexpensive grade-booster that can be slipped between your notebook pages for quick and easy answers
• Teachers – Inexpensive classroom tool
• Travelers – Being flat, laminated and with conjugations being easy to find, this is a great travel buddy

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Common Verbs
Index
A C D E H I L M O P Q S T V
The irregular tenses and moods are listed for all verbs.
A
Acabar: To finish, end, complete
  • Regular –ar verb
    • See Mirar to conjugate (stem: acab)
  • Gerundio: Acabando
  • Participio pasado: Acabado
Andar: To walk
  • Irregular verb in preterite indicative, imperfect subjunctive
    • See Mirar to conjugate (stem: and)
  • Gerundio: Andando
  • Participio pasado: Andado
Plural Singular
Pretérito de indicativo
anduvimos
anduvisteis
anduvieron
anduve
anduviste
anduvo
Imperfecto de subjuntivo
anduviéramos
anduvierais
anduvieran

anduviésemos
anduvieseis
anduviesen
anduviera
anduvieras
anduviera
OR
anduviese
anduvieses
anduviese
Aprender: To learn
  • Regular –er verb
    • See Comer to conjugate (stem: aprend)
  • Gerundio: Aprendiendo
  • Participio pasado: Aprendido
C
Caer: To fall
  • Irregular verb
    • See Comer to conjugate (stem: ca)
  • Gerundio: Cayendo
  • Participio pasado: Caído
Plural Singular
Presente de indicativo
caemos
caéis
caen
caigo
caes
cae
Pretérito de indicativo
caímos
caísteis
cayeron
caí
caíste
ca
Presente de subjuntivo
caigamos
caigáis
caigan
caiga
caigas
caiga
Imperfecto de subjuntivo
cayéramos
cayerais
cayeran

cayésemos
cayeseis
cayesen
cayera
cayeras
cayera
OR
cayese
cayeses
cayese
Modo Imperativo
nosotros caigamos
vosotros caed; no caigáis
Uds. caigan

tú cae; no caigas
Ud. caiga
Caerse: To fall down, crash, be absolutely
  • Reflexive irregular verb
    • See Caer to conjugate (stem: ca)
    • See Mirarse to add reflexive pronouns
  • Gerundio: Cayéndose
  • Participio pasado: Caído
Cantar: To sing
  • Regular –ar verb
    • See Mirar to conjugate (stem: cant)
  • Gerundio: Cantando
  • Participio pasado: Cantado
Comenzar: To begin, start
  • Spelling change: z becomes c before e
  • Stem change: present indicative, present subjunctive, imperative
    • See Mirar to conjugate (stem: comenz)
  • Gerundio: Comenzando
  • Participio pasado: Comenzado
Plural Singular
Presente de indicativo
comenzamos
comenzáis
comienzan
comienzo
comienzas
comienza
Pretérito de indicativo
comenzamos
comenzasteis
comenzaron
comencé
comenzaste
comenzó
Presente de subjuntivo
comencemos
comencéis
comiencen
comience
comiences
comience
Modo Imperativo
nosotros comencemos
vosotros comenzad;
no comencéis
Uds. comiencen

tú comienza;
no comiences
Ud. comience
Comprar: To buy
  • Regular –ar verb
    • See Mirar to conjugate (stem: compr)
  • Gerundio: Comprando
  • Participio pasado: Comprado
Conducir: To lead, drive
  • Irregular verb in preterit indicative, imperfect subjunctive
  • Spelling change: c becomes zc before a or o
    • See Vivir to conjugate (stem: conduc)
  • Gerundio: Conduciendo
  • Participio pasado: Conducido
Plural Singular
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