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									Verbs

By: Señorita McMahon
What are verbs?

 A verb is a word used to show that an
   action is taking place or to indicate the
   existence of a state or condition, or the
   part of speech to which such a word
   belongs.
Verbs Change

    Depending on the subject, the verb changes.
 Example:

 I walk.
 You walk.
 She walks.
 He walks.
 We walk.
 They walk.
Spanish Verbs/Subjects
 In Spanish, verbs change, too. For each subject,
       there is a different ending on the verb.

            Subject of the sentence:
                     Yo = I
                   Tú = You
                    Él = He
                  Ella = She
                Nosotros = We
              Ellos/Ellas = They
Steps to Spanish Verbs

 First, drop the ending on the original verb.
   The endings will be one of the following:

 -AR
 -ER
 -IR
Steps

       We will start with –AR verbs.

 HABLAR = to talk

 HABLAR - remove the –AR.
Steps
              HABL AR      HABL-

 Add the new ending depending on the subject:

 I-o
 You - as
 He/She - a
 We - amos
 They - an
Steps

   HABL AR      HABL-  HABLO
                        HABLAS
                        HABLA
                       HABLAMOS
                       HABLAN
End Product
 Hablo = I talk.

 Hablas = You talk.

 Habla = She talks. He talks.

 Hablamos = We talk.

 Hablan = They talk.
Examples of Sentences

 Yo hablo mucho a receso.
 I talk a lot at recess.

 Ella habla con la profesora.
 She talks with the professor.

 Nosotros hablamos en clase de español.
 We talk in Spanish class.

								
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