Spanish Lessons – Mini Spanish Course Lesson 9

In the last lesson we learned about the regular verbs ending in ‘ar. Now we will build work on just memorizing some verbs and conjugating them. All of the verbs listed below are regular verbs and are conjugated by removing the stem ‘ar’ and adding the endings o, as, a Plural: amos, áis and an.

Below are some very common verbs you should memorize and practice using out loud and in writing exercises.

Trabajar- To work

I work – Trabajo

You work (familiar)- Trabajas

You work (formal) – Trabaja

He, She it works – Trabaja

We works – Trabajamos

You work (familiar)- Trabajáis

You, they work (plural) – Trabajan

Dialogue using the verb Trabajar:

First Person: ¿Dónde trabaja Sean? Where does Sean work?

Second Person: Sean trabaja en un restaurante. Sean works in a restaurant

Comprar – To buy

I buy – Compro

You buy (familiar) – Compras

You buy (formal) – Compra

He, She It Buys – Compra

We buy – Compramos

You buy (familiar) – Compráis

You, They buy (plural) – Compran

Dialogue using the verb Comprar:

First Person: ¿Compra gasoline en la tienda? Did you buy gas at the store?

Second Person: No compro gasoline. No I didn’t buy gasoline.

Estudiar – To study

I study – Estudio

You study (familiar) – Estudias

You study (formal) – Estudia

He, She It studies – Estudia

We study – Estudiamos

You study (familiar) Estudiáis

You, They study (plural) – Estudian

Dialogue using the verb Estudiar:

First Person: ¿Estudia Espanol? Do you comprare levitra online sicuro study Spanish?

Second Person: Si, estudio Espanol. Yes I study Spanish.

Buscar – To look for

I look -Busco

You look (familiar) – Buscas

You look for (formal) – Busca

He, She It looks for – Busca

We look for – Buscamos

You look for (familiar) – Buscáis

You, They look for (plural) – Buscan

Sentence with verb Buscar:

First Person: Por que no buscamos el libro. Why don’t we look for the book.

Second Person: No buscamos el libro porque el libro está en la casa de John. We do not look for the book because the book is in John’s house.

Pagar – To pay

I pay – Pago

You pay (familiar)-Pagas

You pay (formal) – Paga

He, She It pays – Paga

We pay- Pagamos

You pay (familiar) – Pagáis

You, They pay (plural) – Pagan

Dialogue with the verb Pagar:

First Person: Hoy, tú pagas la cuenta. Today you will pay the bill

Second Person: Si, yo la pago. Yes, I will pay it.

Dar – To give

I give – Doy

You give (familiar) – Das

You give (formal) – Da

He, She It gives – Da

We give – Damos

You give (familiar) – Dais

You, They give (plural) – Dan

Dialogue with the verb Dar:

First Person: Por Favor, Da me la pluma Please, give me the pen.

Second Person: Yo te la doy. I will give it to you.

Preguntar – To ask

I ask – Pregunto

You ask (familiar) – Preguntas

You ask (formal) – Pregunta

He, She It asks – Pregunta

We ask – Preguntamos

You ask (familiar) – Preguntáis

You, They ask (plural) – Preguntan

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