The present tense of regular verbs ending in -er and -ir

Reminder: there are three regular conjugations in Spanish. The first one ends in -ar, like amar (to love) or cantar (to sing); the second in -er, like temer (to fear) or beber (to drink); and the third in -ir, like partir (to leave) or recibir (to receive).

Regular verbs ending in -er and -ir are conjugated like this:

Comer en
Yo como
Tú comes
Él/ella/usted come
Nosotros/as comemos
Vosotros/as coméis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes comen
Vivir en
Yo vivo
Tú vives
Él/ella/usted vive
Nosotros/as vivimos
Vosotros/as vivís
Ellos/ellas/ustedes viven

Ellas comen a las nueve.

They eat at nine o'clock.

Betty vive en Madrid.

Betty lives in Madrid.

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