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     Presente de los verbos regulares
     En español los verbos están formados por la raíz + terminación.
     (Verbs in Spanish are formed by a root + ending.)


                                                            VERB         ROOT        ENDING
                                                         hablar -->       habl-          -ar
                                                         comer -->        com-           -er
                                                         vivir -->         viv-           -ir

     Los verbos regulares se forman, en el Presente de Indicativo, con la raíz y las siguientes terminaciones:
     (Regular verbs are formed, in the Present Tense (Presente de Indicativo) by the root and the following endings:)


                                  1ª CONJUGACIÓN                2ª CONJUGACIÓN                  3ª CONJUGACIÓN
                                        habl-o                        beb-o                          viv-o
                                        habl-as                       beb-es                         viv-es
                                        habl-a                        beb-e                          viv-e
                                        habl-amos                     beb-emos                       viv-imos
                                        habl-áis                      beb-éis                        viv-ís
                                        habl-an                       beb-en                         viv-en

     Mira los siguientes ejemplos para las tres conjugaciones:
     (Look at the following examples for the 3 conjugations:)
     -AR:
     Cantar: Canto, cantas, canta, cantamos, cantáis, cantan.
     Bailar: Bailo, bailas, baila, bailamos, bailáis, bailan.

     -ER:
     Meter: Meto, metes, mete, metemos, metéis, meten.
     Comer: Como, comes, come, comemos, coméis, comen.

     -IR:
     Subir: Subo, subes, sube, subimos, subís, suben.
     Imprimir: Imprimo, imprimes, imprime, imprimimos, imprimís, imprimen.




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