Spanish -er verbs

July 9, 2008 by admin

Those ending in ER,    e.g.    To sell            –    VENDER,      take off the ending ER.

I sell                 –    vend o

you sell (sin’)   –    vend es

he, she, it sells –    vend e

we sell             –    vend emos

you sell (pl’)    –    vend éis

they sell           –    vend en

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