Spanish Verbs

There are three groups of verbs, those that end in AR, ER or IR. Each of these groups has it’s own distinctive endings which also have to be learned. If the wrong ending is applied the sentence will have a completely different meaning. I.E. The wrong person is implied. This at first appears difficult. Again don’t let  this put you off because ( apart from the irregular verbs ) each group follows it’s own pattern.

Once the 6 endings for the AR verbs are learnt, you apply this routine to all the verbs in the AR group. Likewise you apply the 6 relevant endings of the ER verbs to all the ER verbs, and the 6 relevant endings of the  IR verbs to all the IR verbs.

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