los verbos irregulares de español: Unlocking their unique conjugations

Learning Spanish One of the most intriguing aspects of the Spanish language is the presence of irregular verbs. These verbs deviate from the regular patterns of conjugation, adding an extra layer of complexity to the language. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the world of irregular verbs in Spanish, unraveling their mysteries and helping you navigate their unique conjugations. Understanding Irregular Verbs Irregular verbs … Continúa leyendo los verbos irregulares de español: Unlocking their unique conjugations

pretérito imperfecto

Forming the imperfect tense To form the imperfect of any regular –ar verb you take off the –ar ending of the infinitive to form the stem and add the endings: –aba, –abas, –aba, –ábamos, –abais and –aban. ¿Cómo y cuándo? The following table shows the imperfect tense of one regular –ar verb: trabajar (to work) –ar los verbos trabaj–ar el inglés yo trabaj–aba I workedI … Continúa leyendo pretérito imperfecto

verbos irregulares: pretérito

To form the preterite of a regular –ar verbs along with –er and –ir verbs it is a relatively straight forward conjugation. However, a number of verbs have very irregular forms in the preterite. The following verb tables show some of the most common. pronombre primero secundo trecero estar(to be) ander(to walk) conducir(to drive) yo estuve anduve conduje tú estuviste anduviste condujiste él/ ella/ usted … Continúa leyendo verbos irregulares: pretérito

Pretérito indefinido

Martes, siete de marzo de dos mil veintitres Los verbos conjugación preterite Forming the preterite of regular verbs The Spanish preterite tense is one of five forms used to describe actions or events that occurred in the past. The preterite is used to describe actions which have been completed. Spanish verbs come in three categories –ar, –er and –ir and change (conjugate) according to who … Continúa leyendo Pretérito indefinido

Los verbos reflexivos

Martes, veintiocho de febrero de dos mil veintirés A reflexive verb is one where the subject and object are the same and where the action ‘reflects back’ on the subject. It is used with a reflexive pronoun such as myself, yourself, and herself in English, for example; I wash myself and he washes himself. In Spanish, reflexive verbs are much more common than in English … Continúa leyendo Los verbos reflexivos