Spanish -ar verbs

July 9, 2008 by admin

The majority of the verbs end in AR and most of these are regular, but as in English, there are some irregular verbs in each group. They have there own peculiar form which you need to be aware of and which need special attention. They have to be learnt and remembered in their own unique form.

Some examples of REGULAR verbs are;

Those ending in AR,   e.g.     To buy – COMPRAR,  take off the ending AR.

I buy                –    compr o

you buy (sin’)  –    compr as

he, she buys    –    compr a

we buy            –    compr amos

you (pl’)          –    compr áis

they buy          –   compr an

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