Simple present: regular verbs ending in -ar.

There are three regular verb endings in Spanish:  

  • -ar, as in amar (to love) and cantar (to sing);  
  • -er, as in temer (to fear) and beber (to drink); 
  • -ir, as in partir (to leave) and recibir (to receive).

Regular -ar verbs are conjugated as follows:

Hablar en
Yo hablo
Tú hablas
Él/ella/usted habla
Nosotros/as hablamos
Vosotros/as habláis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hablan
Trabajar en
Yo trabajo
Tú trabajas
Él/ella/usted trabaja
Nosotros/as trabajamos
Vosotros/as trabajáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes trabajan
Estudiar en
Yo estudio
Tú estudias
Él/ella/usted estudia
Nosotros/as estudiamos
Vosotros/as estudiáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes estudian

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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