What are some Spanish AR verbs?
Common regular -ar verbs
What are the AR ending verbs in Spanish?
The present tense endings for regular -ar verbs are: -o, -as, -a, -amos, -áis, -an. You usually don’t need to give a pronoun in Spanish as the ending of the verb makes it clear who or what is doing the action.
How do you use AR verbs in a sentence in Spanish?
Let’s look at some example sentences using the regular “ar” verb, caminar:
- Yo camino al restaurante para cenar. I’m walking to the restaurant to have dinner.
- El camina varias veces al dia. He walks several times a day.
- Nosotros también caminamos. We also walk.
What are the 5 endings for AR verbs?
-ar (examples: amar, asar, borrar, estudiar, hablar, jugar, saltar, tomar) –er (beber, comer, comprender, leer, temer, vender)
Spanish Present Tense: -ar, -er and -ir verbs.
|Subject||-AR verb endings||SALTAR (to jump) AMAR (to love)|
|ellos / ellas (they)||-an||saltan (they jump) aman (they love)|
What is a regular ar verb?
A verb is considered regular when the verb stem doesn’t change from the infinitive form to the conjugated form of the verb. Let’s take the regular verb hablar (to speak) and see its conjugation in the simple present.
What is the AR ending for usted?
Verbs that End in -ar
|Subject||-ar Endings||English translation|
|usted||-a||you (formal) speak|
|él, ella||-a||he/she speaks|
|vosotros||-áis||you (informal) speak|
What is the TU ending for an AR verb?
If the subject is you – informal (tú), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -as (for -ar verbs). If the subject is he (él), she (ella) or you – formal (usted), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -a (-ar verbs).
What is the verb ending of AR verbs for the TU form?
The preterite is used to describe actions which have been completed.
|Person||Verbs ending in -ar||Verbs ending in -er and -ir|
|él, ella, usted||-ó||-ió|