Presente de indicativo: verbos regulares

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Presente de indicativo: verbos regulares

There are 3 regular conjugations in Spanish: the 1st is for verbs that end in -ar (amar (to love), cantar (to sing)), the 2nd is for verbs that end in -er (temer (to fear), beber (to drink)), and the 3rd is for verbs that end in -ir (partir (to leave), recibir (to receive)).

Their conjugation is the following:

Hablar
Yo hablo
Tú hablas
Él/ella/usted habla
Nosotros/as hablamos
Vosotros/as habláis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hablan
Comer
Yo como
Tú comes
Él/ella/usted come
Nosotros/as comemos
Vosotros/as coméis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes comen
Vivir
Yo vivo
Tú vives
Él/ella/usted vive
Nosotros/as vivimos
Vosotros/as vivís
Ellos/ellas/ustedes viven

Ana trabaja en Buenos Aires.

Ana works in Buenos Aires.

Cuando estudiamos las conjugaciones, nos aburrimos.

When we study conjugations, we get bored.

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